Tagine of Beef and Vegetables

tagine of beef and vegetables

Tagine of Beef and Vegetables is my favorite dish. This recipe packs a protein punch with lean beef mince as the base, Plus, it’s VERY tasty!

Tagine of Beef and Vegetables

Tagines are vessels of beauty and history, And, you know, there’s no better way to explore ancient history than through food. The tagine (this one is from Le Souk) has a rich and long story. And, I’ve written a post on this for the International Housewares Association’s new website ‘Inspired Homes’.

Moroccan Tagine

Don’t want to spend ages in the kitchen? Then this bish-bash-bosh style tagine just needs everything chucking into a pot and leaving to simmer away in the oven. Try this mouth-watering, exotic flavors dish without any hassle.

Cooking in a Tagine

Now back to this tagine of beef and vegetables. First of all, it’s totally boholicous…the meat melts in your mouth, the veggies have a hint of al dente, and the broth is something you’ll want to sop up with some serious bread nearby!

Chicken Tagine

This chicken tagine recipe takes things to a new level of deliciousness. Save yourself the cost of a plane ticket, however, and make this at home. Surely, this scrumptious chicken tagine will light up your dinner table. Give it a try!

Here’s another tagine of pork and greens recipe that is equally as yummy and easy!

Beef Tagine With Potatoes

This easy recipe is a popular family meal and is traditionally cooked in a tagine. This flavorsome beef tagine with potatoes is particularly loved by all the kids, and a common favorite in all households as potatoes and olives are usually always in the house as well as inexpensive in Morocco. The perfect combination of the beef with the tang of the olives creates a rich succulent flavor.

Looking for more delicious recipes? Try my more delicious recipe such as boho carrot ginger seasoning cubes.

Harissa Paste

Serve all the above-mentioned recipes with harissa, surely you shower with praises on the dinner table.

Of course, if you can’t find Harissa and/or Ras el Hanout locally, then look no further than my cookbook (Amazon and Barnes & Noble online). I’ve got recipes for both. Believe me, you can make it yourself, it’s much less expensive, you have fresh flavors and much more of it! Plus, you can customize to your liking. So, worth the little bit of extra effort!

tagine of beef and vegetables

tagine of beef and vegetables

Tagine of Beef and Vegetables

Yield: 6 folks

Tagine of Beef and Vegetables is my favourite dish. This recipe packs a protein punch with lean beef mince as the base, Plus, it's VERY tasty!


  • Serves: 6
  • Start cooking in an UNpreheated 300 degree oven
  • 3 lbs. beef, cut into cubes (I used chuck roast and boneless short ribs)
  • 1 Tbl. Ras el hanout
  • 1 tsp. harissa
  • 1 tsp. cumin
  • 1 ½ tsp. sea salt
  • 1 tsp. white pepper
  • 3 Tbl. Extra virgin olive oil
  • 3 cups baby potatoes
  • 2 cups whole baby carrots
  • 1 cup water
  • 2 cups vegetable broth
  • 12 oz. organic cream of mushroom soup (I used Pacific brand.)
  • Bouquet of fresh herbs (I used thyme, oregano, flat parsley, basil.)
  • Garlic bulb (outer paper skin peeled off)
  • Chives (garnish)


Put the cubed beef in a mixing bowl. Combine the ras el hanout, harissa, cumin, salt and pepper in a bowl. Add the olive oil and blend together. Pour over the cubed beef and toss and turn.

Pour into the tagine base and push to one third of the area. Add the potatoes to another third and the carrots to the final third of the base. Rinse the mixing bowl with the water. Pour into the base.

Mix the broth and cream of mushroom soup together and pour over the beef/veggies. Nestle the herbs and garlic bulb into the mixture.

Place the tagine on to a cookie sheet. Put in an Unheated 300 degree oven. Cook for about 4 ½ to 5 hours.

Remove from oven, use tongs to discard the herb bouquet and garnish with fresh chives. The garlic bulb will be tender and can be eaten!


If you use a more tender cut of beef like ribeye or New York strip, then reduce the cooking time. Check after about 2 to 2 ½ hours on beef cube tenderness.

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  1. Ally I love this recipe so much I can never wait long enough to take a photo…so I promise next time I will. The flavours blend so well and the aroma is outstanding xoxo

    1. OH, my Cupcake Goddess! YOU have made my day! Thank you!!! I know w/your magic touch, it’s even better and better! Please snap a photo, luv, so I can drool! xoxoxo

  2. This looks and sounds lovey I will definitely give this a try thank you.

    1. Mary, luv! Thank you so much…it’s a hearty comfort food! Come back SOON!! xo ~ally

    1. Thank you! Yes, I worked w/a developer 🙂 Come visit again! Real soon! ~peace & namaste~ ally

  3. I love using my tagine and THANK YOU for adding soup out of a can. I know, I know, food bloggers should make absolutely everything from scratch. Hogwash. I look forward to having this in my tagine soon.

    1. You know, I adore you! And, I say hogwash, too! Sometimes, it’s better w/a little help…I mean who wants to slave over puff pastry when we can buy it! Thanks, luv!! xo ~ally

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