'It's all about the pleasure of cooking...'
There's honest pleasure in knowing the food we eat is tasty, wholesome and made with real ingredients. Spicentice is all about creating a home-cooked experience, to share with family and friends, with traditional recipes that have been perfected over generations.
The clever little (no waste) packs of 100% pure herbs and spices come with an easy to prepare recipe that serves four and a shopping list of the extra things needed to make your favourite dish.
Each Spicentice Moroccan Lamb Tagine Kit contains Cumin Seeds, Paprika, Ground Ginger, Chilli Powder, Ground Coriander, Ground Cumin, Ground Cinnamon, Turmeric, Ground Black Pepper, Cassia Bark, Black Peppercorns.
No additives, no preservatives and no colouring.
650g Lamb (diced)
4 Onions (medium)
2 Potatoes (medium, optional)
3 Garlic Cloves
10 Dried Apricots (cut in half)
400ml Tomatoes (tinned)
6 tbsp Cooking Oil
1 tsp Salt
3 tbsp Toasted Almonds (for garnish - optional)
Handful Fresh Coriander (for garnish - optional)
1. Roughly chop and soak the dried apricots in 150ml boiling water.
2. Cut the lamb into bite-size pieces and chop the potatoes into quarters.
3. Finely chop the onions and garlic and blend the tomatoes.
Cooking the dish
1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Add the contents of Sachet 1 and fry the seeds for a few seconds before adding the onion.
2. When the onion has softened, add the garlic. Fry for a minute then add the lamb. Stir well and cook with a lid on for 20 mins, stirring occasionally.
3. Add Sachet 2, stir and cook for a further 2 mins.
4. Then add the tomatoes, apricots with juice and 1 tsp salt. Stir all the ingredients together and cook for 2 mins.
5. Now add 300ml boiling water, gently simmer for 15 mins and then add the potatoes.
6. Cook for a further 30 mins until the meat is tender. If the sauce begins to dry then add 50ml of boiling water.
7. Finally, season to taste and garnish with almonds and fresh coriander.
Lamb tagine... is traditionally served with couscous. The fusion of spicy and sweet is distinctly Moroccan. Sitting on a rug and sipping mint tea will make you look cool while adding to your enjoyment of this dish!