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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.
Chicken (4 breast fillets)
2 Onions (medium)
3 Garlic Cloves
1' piece Ginger
200ml Tomatoes (tinned)
Fresh Coriander (1 bunch)
2 tsp Lemon Juice
5 tbsp Cooking Oil
1 tsp Salt
½ tsp Sugar
1. Peel and finely chop the onions, garlic, ginger and coriander.
2. Remove the skin from the chicken and cut the chicken into bite-size pieces.
3. Mix with the contents of the marinade Sachet, 1 tsp lemon juice, ½ tsp salt and half the chopped ginger and garlic.
4. Leave to marinate for 30 mins or more.
5. Blend the tomatoes.
Cooking the curry
1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Add contents of Sachet 1 and fry the seeds for a few seconds before adding the onions.
2. As the onion browns, add the remaining garlic and ginger. Continue to fry, stirring occasionally.
3. Now add the tomatoes, contents of Sachet 2, ½ tsp salt and ½ tsp sugar. Simmer for 2 mins then add contents of Sachet 3 with 1 tsp lemon juice.
4. Stir in the marinated chicken and cook with a lid on for 10 mins.
5. Add 200ml water and gently simmer for 15 mins until the chicken is tender.
6. Once cooked, check the seasoning and garnish with fresh coriander.
Serve with... Delicious with Spicentice Pilau Rice, Naan Bread and a fresh tomato salad with coriander. Did you know, fenugreek was used by ancient Egyptians to combat fever? Cool!