Indulge yourself with the authentic and tasty Moroccan flavours with a lamb tagine recipe. Tagine is a slow-cooking lamb stew that is popular for having a perfect blend of aromatic spices including cumin, turmeric, cardamom, ginger and cinnamon. It’s a satisfying and warm bowl of lamb stew that is ideal to be prepared on cold days as you snuggle with your family and loved ones.
It’s a little sweet, but indeed savoury. It’s a complicated dish for many because of the richly spiced sauce, but thankfully, we make it easier for you! Our Morrocan lamb tagine recipe is very easy to prepare, quick and can be done any time of the day!
Serves 4 Medium Heat/10 mins Prep/90 mins Cooking Time)
650g Lamb (diced)
4 Onions (medium)
2 Potatoes (medium, optional)
3 Garlic Cloves
10 Dried Apricots (cut in half)
400ml Tomatoes (tinned)
4 tbsp Cooking Oil/Low Cal Spray
1 tsp Salt
3 tbsp Toasted Almonds (for garnish - optional)
Handful Fresh Coriander (for garnish - optional)
Roughly chop and soak the dried apricots in 150ml boiling water. Cut the lamb if necessary, into bite-size pieces and chop the potatoes into quarters. Finely chop the onions and garlic and blend the tomatoes.
Tip: It’s ideal to try out using the Argan oil as it is a specialized Moroccan oil that came from the Argan tree.
An aromatic dish that can satisfy your needs won’t be as perfect without our kits and seasonings. We have a wide range of flavours that are made with pure herbs and spices that you’ll love. It’s made with all people in mind, so it’s safe for vegans, vegetarians and weight watchers!