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Knorr Naturally Tasty Beef Tagine Recipe Mix
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Knorr Naturally Tasty Beef Tagine Recipe Mix

Knorr Naturally Tasty Beef Tagine creates a rich hearty flavour by blending vibrant spices and carefully selected, natural ingredients such as cumin, onion and paprika so that you can easily enjoy a taste of Morocco in your own home.
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Bring a taste of Morocco to your table with KNORR Naturally Tasty Beef Tagine, a blend of vibrant spices and carefully selected all-natural ingredients. Create rich, hearty North African tagines, or use to spice up beefy stews.


Onions… (24%), wheat flour (gluten), tomato puree powder… (12%), paprika… (11%), potato starch, sea salt, sugar, dried tomatoes… (2.4%), vegetable oil (corn), garlic powder (1.3%), herbs (thyme, rosemary, bay leaves), red bell pepper, caraway, cayenne pepper, pepper, lemon juice powder, nutmeg, allspice, salt. …Sustainably Grown.


Contains wheat gluten. May contain cow's milk, egg, celery and mustard.


                                Serving Size 100 G
                                Servings Per Container 
Per 100g Amount Per Portion
Calories 324kcal 51kcal
Fat 0.8g 4.9g
Total Fat 4.9g 0.8g
Saturated Fat 0.8g 0.1g
Total Carbohydrate 58g 9g
Sugars 24.8g 3.9g
Protein 8.6g 1.4g

How to use

For this recipe you will need: 1 tsp vegetable oil, 450g diced casserole beef, 300ml water, 400g can chopped tomatoes, 1 sliced courgette, 100g halved dried apricots, 2tbsp sliced toasted almonds (optional), 300g cooked couscous. Cooking instructions: 1. Preheat the oven to 170⁰C, 160⁰C fan assisted, Gas mark 4. In a frying pan heat the oil and fry the beef until browned. 2. Blend the contents of the sachet with the water and add to the pan along with the tomatoes, courgette, and apricots. 3. Bring briefly to the boil stirring constantly, then transfer to a casserole dish. Cover and cook for 1 1/2 hours or until beef is tender. Fifteen minutes before the beef is ready, cook couscous according to pack instructions. 4. Sprinkle with the sliced almonds, if desired and serve with couscous.

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