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FAST: 1 hour
Slow: 4 to 4½ hours 35 minutes active
A tagine is a North African stew cooked in a shallow, conical clay pot that goes by the same name. This richly aromatic dish features the warm spices and sweet-briny flavor profile common in Moroccan cooking. To simplify prep, look for already peeled and seeded butternut squash in the produce section of the supermarket. If you like, serve the tagine with chopped green olives and couscous, rice or warmed flatbread.
tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided
Kosher salt and ground black pepper
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