Here is featured Vanlifers Alex & Amy's recipe for Moroccan Inspired Stew.
This is what they have to say..
Our favourite meal to make in the van is a butternut and chickpea stew, or as we like to call it - our No Tagine, Tagine. Inspired by all the flavours of the Moroccan dish and served with almond and coriander couscous. It takes a while to cook, and uses lot's of different ingredients, but the end result is SO worth it. We usually batch cook and eat it for a couple of days afterwards; it's even better the next day!
As good Italians we couldn't help but try to make pizza !! Super easy to do, and super fast!
Only 1 hour of leavening/proving.
The video can be found on our Instagram page! @vwt4_furbone_
Remember to grease the stove well with oil, so it will come off perfectly, at least if you have no silicone element.
Some really yummy dishes can be created from ingredients that do not need to be refrigerated.
This meal has some simple but really tasty elements.
Roasted butternut squash & Cavolo Nero, served with vegan 'cheesy' mash & Mango, lime & chilli dressing
During our vanlife adventure in Sardinia we discovered Fregola, tiny pearls of pasta made by hand which originate from the Italian island. Fregola is a very versatile ingredient and can be used in soups, stews, salads and in this recipe made into a risotto-like pasta dish.
It is one of our favourite campervan kitchen staples. So much so we brought plenty back with us! However, you can find it online (amazon), in posh supermarkets and Italian delis. Although you could substitute it for Orzo or Arborio rice, you may need to add more stock/water.
This recipe can be easily adapted to suit your tastes, camper kitchen supplies and diets - it can be made totally vegetarian and vegan.
Recipe from Meg, from Flora & the Novice Explorers
This little bowl just bursts with coconut curry flavours. It's quick and easy to make and use your favourite stir-fry veggies or whatever veggies you have leftover in the fridge. Our version here is protein packed and makes two medium bowls.
It very much depends on the size of your tajine and your personal taste to the amounts you use so I haven’t given amounts. This is a vegan recipe but you can add meat or fish as is often done in Morocco.