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NounEdit

tagine (plural tagines)

  1. Alternative spelling of tajine
    • 2005, Tess Mallos, Cooking Moroccan, Millers Point, N.S.W.: Murdoch Books, →ISBN, pages 8 and 14:
      [page 8] On a round table, food is served in a central platter or tagine or in shallow dishes so that it can be easily picked up with the fingers. [...] [page 14] Fresh broad beans are used when in season, the young beans added to tagines with the skin on; when more mature, the beans are blanched and skinned before cooking.

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FrenchEdit

 
un tagine

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EtymologyEdit

From Moroccan Arabic طجين(ṭajīn), from Arabic طَاجِن(ṭājin, shallow earthen pot), from Ancient Greek τάγηνον (tágēnon).

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NounEdit

tagine m (plural tagines)

  1. tajine, tagine

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NounEdit

tagine m (plural tagines)

  1. tajine (Moroccan stew)