Fish Tagine

I guess you may have heard of the word Tagine a lot of times before especially in restaurants and cooking shows. so to make it clear for everyone, a Tagine is a North African dish which is basically stewed on this special cone-shaped earthenware pot which is called a Tagine.

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If you haven’t tried eating a Tagine yet, you may be missing a lot as this very flavorful dish filled a blend of some great spices truly make a very satisfying and filling meal. The most common Tagine is the Lamb Tagine from Morocco where Lamb is the choice of protein and is basically stewed with vegetables and chickpeas.

However, to keep everything healthy and light I have made a version using Fish but still keeping all the flavors and spices intact. Leave  some comments below on what you think about this dish and also don’t forget to click around the site as we donate our earnings to support.kids-alliance which is an organization that helps children in need. Thank you all in advance and enjoy!

Ingredients

4 tablespoons olive oil

1 large white onion, chopped

4 cloves garlic, chopped

1 cup chopped fresh parsley

Salt and black pepper to taste

4 sole fillets

200 grams green olives, drained and chopped

1 lemon, thinly sliced

Paprika, to taste

 

Direction

1. Saute the onions and garlic in a pan with olive oil for around 4 minutes and remove from the heat then add in your parsley and pepper.

2. Arrange your sole fillets flat and spread the sautéed mixture in the center of the fish and fold while securing it with toothpicks. Spoon the chopped olives on top of the fillets and arrange slices of lemon on top and drizzle in more olive oil and sprinkle some paprika.

2. Arrange your sole fillets flat and spread the sautéed mixture in the center of the fish and fold while securing it with toothpicks. Spoon the chopped olives on top of the fillets and arrange slices of lemon on top and drizzle in more olive oil and sprinkle some paprika.

3. Cover the baking dish with foil and bake for only 20 minutes then serve and enjoy with some steamed rice or some flatbreads to mop up the sauce.

3. Cover the baking dish with foil and bake for only 20 minutes then serve and enjoy with some steamed rice or some flatbreads to mop up the sauce.


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