Vegetable Tajine with Olives

Tajine is a delicious and healthy dish originating from North Africa’s cooking folklore. It is a common dish on the table of families across Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. Its name comes from a special clay pot in which it is traditionally cooked. Your family will enjoy this vegetarian version!

Preparation: 20 minutes
Cooking: 1 hour
* 2 carrots
* 1 eggplabt
* 1 onion
* 3 bell peppers (1 green, 1 yellow, 1 red)
* 2 zucchinis
* 2 tomatoes
* 5cl olive oil
* 1 tsp sugar
* 3 pinches of saffron pistils
* 20 olives (pits removed)
– Cut all vegetables in bite size pieces.
– Cook the onion in the olive oil. Then add the peppers and carrots. Let it cook 10 minutes on an average fire.
– Add the remainder of the ingredients and mix well. Cover the pot.
– Let it cook for an hour, stirring occasionally.
– When the vegetables are very soft, puree like, its ready!
This dish can be served warm or cold and is great as with our Honey Glazed Chicken recipe!
As a variation you can add meat in the Tajine and let it slow cook for great flavor, or change it up with different vegetables.

Honey Glazed Chicken

Honey Glazed Chicken is a great dish to serve for family dinner enjoyed by all small and big. Its also very easy to make and the preparation time is short.
This dish is perfect with a side of garlic rice and vegies.
Serves 4 people.

* 4 medium sized chicken ¼ (skin on)
* 2 tbp olive oil
* 1 tbp honey
* 2 tbp dijon mustard
* 2 tsp curry paste or 1 tbp lemon juice
– Preheat oven at 350F.
– Place 4 Chicken quarters with the skin on the bottom in a oven-dish.
– Stir all the glazing ingredients in a bowl and spoon about half of the mixture over the chicken.
– Then cover the dish with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes (35min if the chicken is straight out of fridge).
– After 20 minutes, remove the foil and flip the chicken over. Spoon the rest of the glaze over the chicken.
– Bake for another 20-30 min until chicken turns a rich brown.

How To Make Meatballs In Tomato Sauce (Video)

Most children love meatballs, and young children especially like small ones that they can pick up with their fork. What they don’t realise, however, is that it encourages them to chew!

Sian Blunos will show you how to make tasty meatballs in tomato sauce. Enjoy watching and bon appetit!