Chef Anita has created a wholesome, winter warmer with Lamb. The spices and orange make this a deliciously fragrant dish.
Being a one pot dish makes this a convenient menu addition and the fragrance while it is cooking has everyone’s mouth watering in anticipation.
Anita serves this dish with Cous Cous but it would be equally popular served with rice.
Instructions for Spicy Moroccan Lamb are for stovetop cooking but it can also be cooked in a slow cooker.
Chef Anita believes in simple, wholesome dishes which can be cooked from ingredients found in every kitchen. Her mission is to bring everyone back to the table. You can read more about Chef Anita here.
Spicy Moroccan Lamb
A delicious one pot dish packed with flavour and the sweet tang of orange.
Anita has devised a hearty soup which will suit just about everybody. Based on an old German Recipe, this soup contains basic ingredients that are always on hand. You don’t require a blender to make this soup and it only takes about 30 minutes to get it onto the table!
If you have extra people arrive for dinner, no problem, just increase the quantity of each ingredient (alter the number of serves in the recipe box below).
You can adjust the flavour by simply adding more stock powder and some pepper. It can be left simmering on the stove to develop a thicker texture or you can just reheat this soup when required.
Anita likes to serve the soup with some crusty bread or you can serve it with toast, cheesies or hot rolls and parmesan cheese.