This vegetarian tajine takes its inspiration from traditional Algerian dishes. With tangy preserved lemons and oodles of olives, this meal packs a flavourful punch, while the heaps of root vegetables will keep your stomach feeling full.
A vegetarian twist on traditional couscous. Lighter and less overbearing than rich meaty sauces, the sweet and melting vegetables in this dish are pure heaven.
Another comforting classic from Kabylie, the heartland of Algerian vegetarian recipes. This one couldn’t be easier!
Vegetables stuffed with delicately spiced minced meat are a mainstay of Algerian cooking. But there is another way! These peppers are stuffed with delicious Mediterranean ingredients, so you won’t even miss the meat.
It’s an omelette, but not as you know it. This classic Kabyle dish combines a spongy semolina omelette with a rich lentil and vegetable sauce for a truly robust and nourishing meal.
Inspired by Algeria’s Tajine El Khoukh, this vegetarian recipe uses a mixture of beans and cheese for maximum flavour. Tajine El Khoukh literally translates as ‘peach tagine’, so-called because the beautiful crunchy potato dumplings look like miniature blushing peaches.
A simple and traditional recipe straight out of Kabylie. Today, with modern techniques and ingredients, this comforting and well-rounded dish is easier to prepare than ever.
Whole roasted cauliflowers are making a splash on the international vegetarian food scene. This Algerian-inspired version features herbs and spices traditionally used for roasting lamb, but they work perfectly with the crunchy cauliflower too. It’s the first ever vegetarian mechoui!
This Kabyle recipe is made of a fragrant herby broth and minty semolina dumplings. Although the original version of this dish does include meat, the hearty dumplings are quite filling enough to hold their own without it. View recipe
Not everyone misses meat, but for those of us who do, this veggie take on Algeria’s mesrane sausage has the perfect amount of bite to satisfy your cravings. Using homemade wheat gluten, protein-packed lentils and local vegetables, this is Algeria’s first ever homegrown veggie sausage!