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Chicken Tagine (GF DF)


As with the most popular Moroccan Tagine dishes, this one blends savoury with a touch of sweet.

Chicken is slowly cooked in a gentle spice-infused sauce, rich with tomato, apricots, dates, chickpeas and tagine spices until it is literally, fall-apart soft and tender (which you can see in the photo).

Serve with couscous (cooked with stock not water) for an authentic Moroccan experience - also goes well with rice, or your vegetables of choice.

The photo above shows the Tagine served with lightly steamed green beans and our own Creamy Potato Mash - with a little extra butter added :-)

Main Meal - 550g - generous servings for 2 people


Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free


Chicken, Chicken stock (water, chicken stock powder (Massel: maize, maltodextrin, rice flour, yeast extract, cane sugar, natural vegetable flavours, potato flakes, vegetable oil, dehydrated vegetable (celery), ground turmeric), onion, tomato puree, carrot, orange juice, chickpeas, crushed tomato, dates, dried apricots, maize starch, honey, salt, tagine spice mix ( paprika, coriander seeds, garlic, ginger, pepper)

Heating Instructions:

As the heating capacity of individual microwave ovens varies so much, heating temperatures and times are a guide only.

Lift off plastic cover. Leave on top and place container on a plate to heat in microwave.

  • From Frozen: Heat for 4 minutes on high - stir - heat for another 2-4 minutes. See if you feel it needs a little more. Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.
  • From Thawed: Heat for 2-3 minutes on high - stirring once - or until contents are hot. See if you feel it meeds a little more. Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.

General note: This dish may contain traces of seeds, gluten, eggs and dairy (as it it cooked in a kitchen where other meals are being prepared).

Individual ingredients - such as coconut cream/milk, tomato paste, spice mixes, sauces (fish, tabasco, etc) - may also contain their own preservatives/additives, although in small amounts in proportion to the cooked dish.