Handfuls of squash, apricots, chickpeas and toasted almonds in a fragrant, tomato-based stew with potatoes and green beans.
Season to your liking and soak up with a side of couscous and a simple salad.
Dish for two, 760g
We cook all our food from scratch, using the best and freshest ingredients, so whatever we cook-up is full of goodness and the riches of our earth. Our nutritional team go the extra mile, working closely with the kitchen to refine the balance of nutrients in every serving. Whether you're after more energy, protein, iron, B12 or Omega-3, we’re working out how to deliver.
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 380g|
|of which saturates (g)||0.4||1.5|
|of which sugars (g)||5.5||20.9|
|Iron [mg / NRV%]||1.1 / 8%||4.18 / 28%|
We thought you’d like to see every single ingredient we’ve used - so we pictured them below, and we’ve listed it here for you too
Tomatoes (40%), Butternut Squash (24%), Green Beans (7%), Flaked Almonds (7%), Chickpeas (6%), Potato (5%), Water, Apricots (4%), White Onion, Moroccan Spices (Rose Petals, Sweet Paprika, Cumin Seed, Coriander Seed, Chillies, Fennel Seeds, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Mace, Pimento, Cardamom, Black Onion Seed, Nutmeg, Ginger, Star Anise, Clove) (1%), Fresh Ginger, Salt, Fresh Coriander, Fresh Parsley, Sunflower Oil.
Warning, packed in an environment that handles tree nuts and peanuts.
For allergens, see ingredients in bold, in italics you can find what makes the key parts of the dish and in [ ] you’ll see what’s in any condiments or cooking ingredients we use.
Microwave Recommended, 15 mins
Remove sleeve, pierce recyclable film, place in middle of your microwave and hit go. Heat for 15 mins until bubbling, stirring halfway. Leave to stand for 1 min before removing film, stirring and serving.
800 - 1000W, Full Power
Oven, 40 - 45 mins
Pre-heat your oven for 10 mins. Remove sleeve and pierce recyclable film. Cook in the centre of the oven for 40 - 45 mins. Leave to stand for 1 min before removing film and serving
200°C, Fan Oven
All applianes vary so please treat these as guidelines.
Once cooked, check your food is piping hot before serving.
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