This Beef Tagine Stew is the ultimate taste bud sparkler. With its unusual ingredients, you just wouldn't expect it to produce such an amazing depth of taste, and with rich smoky tones. If you're looking to eat something different tonight, then this one-stop hot pot is definitely worth a try, and to add to your regular menu.
I love unusual foods, and since I'm limited to what I can eat it goes down very well. When I first threw this together my family were somewhat skeptical, they were sure it'd be a big flop.
When dinner was ready, and we were ready to sit down and eat, they were smitten by the combination of fragrant smells. Well you know when something is particularly good...no one talks and they ask for seconds!
Chef's Beef Tagine Notes & Tips
Don't be temped to add more liquid than what's called for in the recipe. Slow cooking always produces extra liquid. Wait until the end of its cooking time to add more stock or water if you prefer.
Because Beef Tagine Stew is of African decent, it ought to be served with couscous. But, us westerners are sometimes sticklers for meat and veggies, hence, we particularly love it topped with stem broccoli and long green beans.
If you like rice, then eat it with that...though remember wholegrain rice is better for you. If you're eating this for lunch, then a quick accompaniment would be to top it with a poached egg.
Tools To Make Beef Tagine Stew
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Step By Step Instructions:
*If you use other ingredients or quantities, I can’t guarantee the results.
Beef Tagine Stew Nutrition Facts
This makes a total of 6 servings, each serving equates to 728 Calories, 41.31g Protein, 39.53g Fats, 48.41g Net Carbs. These calculations exclude optional extras.
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