Chicken Tagine3.9/5 (BASED ON 2207 reviews)
Tagine, the most famous of all Moroccan cuisine, is traditionally cooked low and slow over an open fire in the recognisable earthenware pot, from which the dish gets its name. We've really gone to town on our ingredient blends to try to capture those traditional tagine flavours of dried fruits, preserved lemons and classic flavours of cinnamon, cloves, coriander and nutmeg in our little pots of goodness so you can enjoy this dish in just 20 minutes!
Cook our delicious Chicken Tagine in just Minutes
We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Chicken Tagine. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Garlic Paste pot, a Tagine Paste pot and a Tagine Garnish pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Chicken Tagine in just 20 minutes.
How Our Recipes Kits Work
We provide flavour ingredients:
- Garlic Paste
- Tagine Paste
- Tagine Garnish
Your shopping list:
- boneless chicken thighs
- tin chopped tomatoes
- tin chickpeas
- dried apricots
- dried couscous (or quinoa to make this gluten-free)
- fresh coriander
Our 20 minute recipe
Prep the quinoa (if using)
If using quinoa to make this gluten-free, cook it now following pack instructions.
Start the tagine
Heat a little oil in a large frying pan (or tagine) over medium heat and fry the chicken for 3 mins.
Stir the GARLIC PASTE through the chicken.
Add the TAGINE PASTE, mix well and cook for 5 mins.
Add the TAGINE GARNISH, chopped tomatoes and apricots and cook for 8 mins. Meanwhile see step 3.
Cook the couscous
Cook the couscous according to pack instructions and set aside.
Add the chickpeas to the tagine and let it cook for 3 more mins.
Fluff up the couscous (or quinoa) with a fork and serve topped with the chicken tagine. Garnish with coriander and the juice of a lemon (if using).
Chicken Tagine Reviews
BASED ON 2207 reviews
Lesley - Dec 10, 2019
Nice, but as with most SC meals too much spice. Not everything should have so much heat. Masks the flavours.
Elena - Dec 03, 2019
Elena - Dec 03, 2019
Amanda - Nov 30, 2019
John - Nov 30, 2019
One of my top 5! Really quick & easy to make. I followed the recipe exactly but left out the coriander. For me, I'd increase the couscous amount. Very tasty, I'm going to do this again.
Benjamin - Nov 29, 2019
Karen - Nov 26, 2019
Would have liked a little more spice
Holly - Nov 23, 2019
Not as spicy as expected
Frederick - Nov 19, 2019
The best one yet
Theresa - Nov 17, 2019
Not quite the flavours we like
Hans - Nov 16, 2019
Apricots interesting. Not as good as I'd hoped. But good still.
Lorraine - Nov 16, 2019
Gorgeous, warming and quick to make.
Nigel - Nov 16, 2019
Really liked this one, could have been a little spicier, but still really enjoyable, really enjoyed the apricots
Lisa - Nov 14, 2019
Disliked this recipe. Just wasnt keen on the flavours.
Helen - Nov 07, 2019
Was ok not my favourite
Helen - Nov 05, 2019
Jonathan - Nov 04, 2019
Really tasty I gave it 4 only because my other half isn’t such a fan of couscous but I loved it!
Sarah - Nov 04, 2019
The apricots would have been better soaked so they were softer. Maybe I’ll try with sultanas instead next time
Fiona - Nov 03, 2019
Much improved with the addition of chorizo
Lauren - Nov 01, 2019
It was nice enough
Olivia - Oct 30, 2019
Tasty, but not as amazing as other dishes. I also put too much stock in the cous cous so it was a bit salty.
Janet - Oct 30, 2019
Very big portion. Could have fed 3.
Lisa - Oct 27, 2019
Not to my taste .Too sweet
Deborah E - Oct 27, 2019
Tasty would cook again
Sarah - Oct 26, 2019
Too many apricots for me.
Sandra - Oct 20, 2019
A bit bland. Needs a flavoured cous cous and maybe less tomato.
Tracey - Oct 19, 2019
This was flippin lovely , cant wait to have it again
Tracey - Oct 19, 2019
This was delicious and would definitely order again. I added sultana’s which was a great addition
Andrew - Oct 14, 2019
Sarah - Oct 14, 2019
We did this with rice rather than couscous
Victoria - Oct 14, 2019
Not too spicy. A really warming comfort dish.
Charlotte - Oct 13, 2019
My first disappointment, nothing like a tagine, quite bland. Needs an onion and a sweet potato sweating off first and less chickpeas to enhance it to what it deserves to be. Filling and wholesome supper on a cold night though.
Ginette - Oct 13, 2019
Spices too raw
Katie - Oct 12, 2019
This really wasn’t for me sadly - the flavours didn’t seem to compliment one another at all. Heard some good reviews about this one though so maybe worth a try if it’s to your taste.
Jon - Oct 11, 2019
Linda - Oct 10, 2019
Didn't like this , way too much Garlic. Don't like garlic at the best of times
Michele - Oct 09, 2019
Very filling and a nice change
Amy - Oct 09, 2019
I sprinkled feta on top to serve ????
James - Oct 09, 2019
The dish was not bad. Bit bland though. Wouldn’t go out of my way to have again.
Liz - Oct 09, 2019
Don't burn the quinoa
Jemma - Oct 08, 2019
Quite tomato, not quite traditional Tagine but ok
Jody - Oct 08, 2019
Not so good.
Victoria - Oct 06, 2019
Lovely, not too spicy but full of flavour.
Lara - Oct 05, 2019
Very easy and tasty
Rebecca - Oct 04, 2019
I liked this because it was quite spicy for a tagine, not too sweet even though I swapped the apricots for dates. Another delicious dish!
Lara - Oct 04, 2019
Perfectly nice, very easy to cook.
Noeleen - Sep 26, 2019
Alison - Sep 23, 2019
It was tasty - cooked it with prunes instead of apricots (cannot tolerate the preservative s used in dried apricots in particular). The meal was different but struggle with cous cous. Help - instructions on how to make good tasty cous cous would be helpful.
Anne - Sep 23, 2019
Very spicy but still worth having and will have again
Alex - Sep 22, 2019