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 Tagine Paste pot, a Tagine Garnish pot and a Garlic Paste 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:

  • Tagine Paste
  • Tagine Garnish
  • Garlic Paste

Your shopping list for 2 servings:

  • 4 boneless chicken thighs
  • 400g tin chopped tomatoes
  • 400g tin chickpeas
  • 100g dried apricots
  • 100g dried couscous (or quinoa to make this gluten-free)
  • Handful fresh coriander
  • 1 lemon (optional)
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Our 20 minute recipe

  1. Prep the quinoa (if using)

    If using quinoa to make this gluten-free, cook it now following pack instructions.

  2. 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.

  3. Cook the couscous

    Cook the couscous according to pack instructions and set aside.

  4. Finishing touches

    Add the chickpeas to the tagine and let it cook for 3 more mins. 

  5. Serve!

    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).

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Chicken Tagine Top Reviews

Nicole - 3rd June 2020

Very nice. We used preserved lemons as well. Two worked well.

Nicole - 3rd June 2020

Very nice. We used preserved lemons as well. Two worked well.

Michelle - 3rd June 2020

Super tasty.!

Michelle - 3rd June 2020

Super tasty.!

Andy - 3rd June 2020

Less chickpeas next time.

Andy - 3rd June 2020

Less chickpeas next time.

Andy - 3rd June 2020

Less chickpeas next time.

Andy - 3rd June 2020

Less chickpeas next time.

Katherine - 3rd June 2020

Mine looked better than the original photo!

Katherine - 3rd June 2020

Mine looked better than the original photo!

Sue - 2nd June 2020

But if heat to it but not overpowering excellent meal

Sue - 2nd June 2020

But if heat to it but not overpowering excellent meal

Renata - 1st June 2020

Not for me it was bitter

Renata - 1st June 2020

Not for me it was bitter

Pam - 31st May 2020

Lovely! I added half a chicken stock cube to my water for the couscous. I also precooked my chicken and shredded it so added it a little later in the recipe. Delicious and a nice change!

Pam - 31st May 2020

Lovely! I added half a chicken stock cube to my water for the couscous. I also precooked my chicken and shredded it so added it a little later in the recipe. Delicious and a nice change!

Karon - 31st May 2020

One of my top 3

Karon - 31st May 2020

One of my top 3

Lori - 30th May 2020

Leftovers are perfect with a jacket potato the day after!

Lori - 30th May 2020

Leftovers are perfect with a jacket potato the day after!

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