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Friday, April 12, 2013

Recipe: Fish Tagine

Healthy Moroccan Fish Tagine Recipe - Hellofresh Review

Hello loves! I have a bit of a different recipe today, thanks to Hellofresh!

This fish tagine is a great healthy meal with a tonne of Moroccan flavour. I've adapted it slightly, but only to take out the oil and replace it with stock as we found it wasn't needed. This recipe isn't gluten free originally, however, with a simple adaption, it's perfect for everyone.

If you know about my ridiculous food intolerances, you'll already know that I couldn't eat this dish - however my family loved it! Best of all? It's one of those dishes which fills your kitchen with yummy aromas!

Hellofresh Review - Grocery Home DeliveryHellofresh Review - Produce Home Delivery

The Hellofresh boxes contain everything you need for your meals - from the ingredients to the recipes - even the herbs and spices!

I was sent the Classic Box for three meals and then only thing I really had a problem with was that they're not very allergy friendly. In order to make the boxes affordable, each week a selection of recipes are chosen (which you will see when ordering) and you get those meals for the week. For someone like me, that doesn't work, however, for my family and Jesse it worked perfectly - and it made it super easy to whip up some different dishes. 

Check out their delivery locations to see if they're available for you and find out more about the boxes at the Hellofresh website. To give you an idea of price, for 3 meals for a family of 4, the box costs $119 - which may sound expensive, but it's just $9.91 per meal per person - that's cheaper than eating out at a restaurant and you get to try new recipes and keep them for making in the future. You don't even have to head out to the shops for the ingredients!

Contained in our box were the ingredients for the Fish Tagine, Mushroom Gnocchi and Pork with Beetroot and Cabbage - including everything from the gnocchi to the fresh fish and pork and even the fresh herbs, dried spices and the parmesan cheese to sprinkle over the top of the gnocchi.

But let's get onto that fish tagine recipe - and if you're not a fan of fish, don't worry! I've got you covered :) 

Low Fat Moroccan Fish Tagine Recipe - Hello fresh Review

Fish Tagine serves 4
Low fat, can be gluten free
Adapted from Hellofresh


4 tsp Chermoula Spice Blend (we like this one from Herbie's)
1/2 cup fresh parsley
4 tbsp fresh coriander
4 cloves of garlic 
6 tbsp vegetable stock
4 tbsp white vinegar 
700g white fish (alternatively you could use chicken)
300g couscous or for a gluten free substitute, use gluten free corn couscous or rice
2 small red onions, cut into 8ths 
4 carrots, peeled and sliced 
2 tins of crushed tomatoes 
400g sweet potato, cubed

In a food processor, combine chermoula, parsley, coriander, garlic, vinegar and stock - blending until smooth. 
Cut the fish into bite sized pieces and place into a bowl. 
Stir the chermoula mixture through the fish and set aside to marinate. 
Prepare your couscous or rice as per instructions. 
Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a saucepan over a medium high heat. 
Add your onion and carot, cooking for 5 minutes or until browned. 
Add in your vegetable stock, tinned tomatoes and sweet potatoes, bringing to the boil and cooking for 5 minutes. 
Add in your fish/chicken and any remaining chermoula mix and cook until the fish has cooked through and the sweet potato is tender.
Divide your couscous/rice between bowls and spoon the tagine over the top, garnishing with coriander.

So tell me, when's the last time you stepped out of your comfort zone and tried a new-to-you dish? 

I love trying new things, ever since I made my first paella a few years ago I've constantly been trying new dishes for both my family and myself. 

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