Beef and Prune Tajine – A Favorite

In Moroccan Food by Amanda Mouttaki6 Comments

I’ve shared my recipe before for our beef and prune tajine but recently I took some more pictures of steps in the process.  Snatch the recipe here and check out my pictures today!  (I do offer this spice mix with my tajine trio or you can get it individually!)

Beef Tajine Spice Mix

Ingredients in Pressure Cooker

Add the lamb or beef and brown.  Add water to cover meat and put cover on.  Pressure cook.

Prepare prunes in honey.



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  3. Dee Dee

    This is my all time favorite meal of any culture or country. Thanks for introducing this meal to me Mandi! I’m cooking it tonight to share with friends for the first time. Wish me luck.

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