Artichoke Tajine

Driss’ 10-year-old company, Nomad Eats Catering, plates edible art with the mantra that food should be “beautiful, delicious AND satisfying,” and he delivers that mindset to all of your senses. Upon reaching out to Nomad Eats, Driss graciously agreed to share one of his delicious recipes with Base Camp, his Artichoke Tajine is one for the books.  There is such an honor and delight to share his creation with you! 


  • 4 Artichokes
  • 1 red onion, 
  • 1 fresh tomato, 
  • 5 branches of coriander, 
  • 1 head of garlic, 
  • 3 teaspoons of ground cumin, 
  • 1 teaspoons of cayenne pepper,
  • 5 tablespoons of olive oil
  •  Salt and pepper


For this recipe we will use only the heart of the artichokes. Then start by cutting it in half, remove the green leaves and the fuzzy part, then cook it for 30 minutes in boiling water with one tablespoon of salt.


In a blender place 1 chopped red onion, 1 fresh tomato, 5 branches of coriander, 1 head of garlic, 3 teaspoons of ground cumin, 1 teaspoons of cayenne pepper,5 tablespoons of olive oil, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Then mix everything till you have a smoothie texture.


For this recipe we used the classic tajine. If you don’t have your own tajine you can use any deep pan with a lid.  Place the artichokes in the tajine, add 2 cups of fresh or frozen green peas and finish with the spices dressing. Be sure to cook for another 20 minutes and voila!

INFO: Tajine or Tagine is a North African dish, named after the earthenware pot in which it is cooked. Also called Maraq or Marqa.

Here at Base Camp Design we understand that going outside of your cooking comfort zone can seem daunting or scary. We assure you Driss has mapped out how to build this beautiful dish for everyone to add to their menu at home. All of us at Base Camp would love to hear about your experience building this recipe and how you impressed your guests with this culinary eye candy. Do yourself a favor and be sure to visit Nomad Vegan Eats on his website or his Instagram.

If you haven’t heard of Nomad Vegan Eats, allow us to introduce you… Driss Mellal delivers vegan culinary magic by leveraging his experiences cooking in Morocco since 2008.

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