Moroccan Tagine with Rose Petal Harissa

Rated 4.9285714285714/5 from 37 Customer Reviews

Strictly speaking, tagine is the name for the unique conical cooking pot used in Morocco but it’s become known as the generic name for a gently spiced slow-cooked stew often sweetened with dried fruit or honey. The balance between the sweetness of the fruits or honey and fragrance of the spices is a key element of refined Moroccan cooking and here the mix includes coriander, paprika, allspice, cassia and cardamon. On the side we’ve got a herbed couscous and a delicious Moroccan chilli sauce known as harissa.

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TAGINE SPICES: Coriander, paprika, turmeric, allspice, cassia, cardamon, chilli, ginger, black pepper, long pepper, bay, caraway, cloves, mace, cubeb, rose petal, lavender, saffron
HARISSA SPICES: Paprika, chilli, caraway, coriander, cumin, garlic, mint, sea salt, red pepper flakes, garlic flakes, rose petals
COUSCOUS SEASONING: Mint, coriander, parsley, garlic, onion, sea salt

  • 600g diced lamb or chicken OR replace with root vegetables for a vegetarian version
  • 1 large onion
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1 large carrot
  • 400g tin of chopped tomatoes
  • 250g couscous
  • A handful dried fruit - raisins, dates or apricots OR replace with 1 tbsp of honey if you prefer
  • Large lidded frying pan
  • Small pan
  • Mixing bowl
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5/5

RE-ordered this dish as we enjoyed it so much last time

Peter Jackson

4/5

Really tasty - we loved the harissa!

Katy Moore

5/5

I cooked this for a dinner party, so easy and delicious! Stress free cooking!

Spicery Customer
5/5

Delicious! perfect with friends

Spicery Customer
5/5

Everyone loves this dish!

Sue Northend

5/5

A friend came to tea and we had lamb Moroccan Tagine. It was lovely and our friend commented that she didn't usually eat food that had spices. The Rose Petal Harissa was a great too, even though it was hot!

Liz Heeley

5/5

Lovely dish for a crowd - double or treble everything

Spicery Customer
5/5

Very popular with me and friends - a delicious dish. i use it a lot

Richard Wolley

5/5

We've now bought the spices from the Spicery so we can make it anytime.

Jackie

5/5

So quick and easy to make and tasted even better the next day!

Spicery Customer
5/5

This is our family's favorite recipe, not too spicy our 3 year old loves it.

Spicery Customer
5/5

This was great and up to The Spicery's own high standards.

Spicery Customer
5/5

Fantastic once the flavours develope.

Spicery Customer
5/5

Easy to cook yet delicious. Also quite different to typical curries so can be a nice one to show other people

Alexander Mcmurray