Organic Sweet Orange Lamb Tagine


Organic Sweet Orange Lamb Tagine

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Organic Sweet Orange Lamb Tagine
This organic sweet orange lamb tagine is exactly what you need on a chilly Autumn day. Its soul soothing, warm, hearty and using grass fed lamb honestly makes it taste even better. In this dish we cook the lamb in orange juice and a little honey to bring that hint of sweetness through the meat. I invite you to give it a go, trust me it won't disappoint.
Organic Sweet Orange Lamb Tagine
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Course Main Dish
Keyword Organic Lamb
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Servings
Course Main Dish
Keyword Organic Lamb
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 50 minutes
Servings
Organic Sweet Orange Lamb Tagine
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Instructions
  1. Heat the oil in a medium saucepan (or tagine if you have one). When hot add the onions and cook until they start to turn translucent. Then add the garlic and ginger and sauté for a further 30 seconds.
  2. Now mix in all the spices and add the lamb. Stir thoroughly, coating all sides of the lamb with the spices. Add 1 cup of water, the juice of 1 orange, the diced potato and stir well. You can also grate in a pinch or two of the orange rind for extra flavour.
  3. Allow this to sauté on a low to medium heat for approximately 40 minutes with the cover on. Halfway through, add the honey and give it a quick stir.
  4. After 40 minutes, continue to cook for a further 10 minutes with the cover. Then serve it up with some couscous and your favourite side.
Recipe Notes

*For an alternative to roasted curry powder you can use equal parts ground coriander seeds, ground fennel seeds and ground cumin seeds. Dry roast them on a pan on a low heat for approximately 5-10 minutes, until the colour starts to change to a darker brown. 

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