Baby Moroccan Beef Tagine by Jade Goodwin

September 23, 2020

Baby Moroccan Beef Tagine by Jade Goodwin

 This beautifully spiced Moroccan Beef Tagine is a great midweek treat. It's so easy, simply add your ingredients to a slow cooker in the morning and you'll be rewarded with a succulent, aromatic meal for the family to enjoy. 


1 onion

400g stewing steak

2tbsp plain flour

3 tbsp Spice Kitchen Moroccan spice blend 

1 x 400g tin chopped tomatoes 

1 x 400g tin chickpeas, drained 

2 sweet potatoes, peeled and chopped

Handful of fresh coriander, chopped 

Handful of fresh apricots, chopped 

500ml low salt vegetable stock


In a pan, add the onion and stewing steak, plain flour, Spice Kitchen Moroccan spice blend, and fry on a medium heat for around 2 minutes.

Add the beef & onions to the slow cooker. Add the chopped tomatoes, drained chickpeas, peeled and chopped sweet potatoes, chopped coriander, chopped apricots, and the low salt vegetable stock.

Turn on low and cook for 8 hours.

Just before serving, sprinkle in some ground almonds and stir through.

Serve with some fluffy steamed boiled rice. 

⁣⁣Will you be trying this recipe? If you do, remember to tag @weaningmadefun and @spicekitchenuk 😊

Jade Goodwin – weaningmadefun

About Jade

My name is Jade & here is my little boy Blake. The reason behind my weaning page? I have always loved cooking ever since I was a little girl, spent hours with my gran and grandad learning how to cook and bake. There is nothing I love more than creating delicious/healthy food for my family to enjoy.

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