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Moroccan Style Mince with Cous-Cous & a lot of spice!

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 30 minutes

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Serves 4

A Moroccan style dish with succulent mince meat in a bed of vegetables, spices and chillies. Served with Cous-Cous, yoghurt and mint and toasted warm cashews.

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  • Lean mince meat
  • Tinned tomatoes
  • One whole red chilli
  • BBQ seasoning
  • All purpose seasoning
  • Cous-cous
  • Natural yoghurt
  • Mushrooms
  • Peppers
  • Onions
  • Cashews
  • Chilli sauce
  • Lemon
  • Mint (fresh)


  1. Cook your mince, drain the fat and add the chopped onions, peppers, 3/4 of the chilli, a heaped tablespoon of both seasonings and two tablespoons of chilli sauce. Add water if it's too chunky. Cook for half an hour.

  2. Cook your Cous-Cous and add salt and pepper to taste. Cook when you are almost ready to serve. Chop fresh mint thinly and add to Cous-Cous.

  3. Serve the Cous-Cous with a dollop of fresh yoghurt -toast the cashew nuts whilst the mince is bubbling.

  4. Serve hot with diced chilli pieces on the cous-Cous. Enjoy with a slice of lemon for flavour.

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