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Royal Ras El Hanout Simmer Sauce

Royal Ras El Hanout Simmer Sauce

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Treat your family to the culinary riches of Morocco in just a few simple steps. From beef and lamb to tofu or veggies, this decadent tagine reigns supreme with its savory-sweet blend of authentic, flavorful spices.

Easy Moroccan Beef or Lamb (Serves 4)

  • 2 lbs. tender beef or lamb, cut into 2’’ pieces
  • 1 onion, finely chopped
  • 1 jar of Mina® Royal Ras El Hanout Simmer Sauce
  • 1 cup dried fruits, such as prunes, apricots or raisins

Directions: In a large skillet or Dutch oven, sear meat on medium-high heat for several minutes. Distribute onion and sauce evenly over meat, cover and simmer for 1 hour or until meat is fork-tender. Add dried fruits, re-cover and cook for an additional 15 minutes.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
A Reader
Took me back to Morocco

We just returned from a marvelous trip to Morocco and I bought this tagine sauce to try to replicate the wonderful tagines we had in Marrakech. Right on the money and so much easier than trying to recreate the seasoning mix. Have also used their chicken tagine sauce over chicken thighs, onions and the Mina Moroccan green olives and that took me back to Fes. Wonderful wonderful products! And I especially appreciate that they have kosher certifications on all their products. Will be buying again and again!

kathy Avanessi. K.
The best Tagine

This product is one of a kind. It is super delicious and so fresh. I was beyond impressed by the flavors and the authenticity. All Mina's products that I tried are exquisite 👌. THE BEST

This is an amazing sauce that goes with either beef or lamb, but lamb is best!

This is a delicious taste of Morocco. It is light, lemony (from the preserved lemons) and with a modest peppery kick. Serve on couscous (traditional), polenta, pasta or just eat it straight. Two complaints -
First - I used to be able to buy this in Meijer and other stores, but now I have to get it online
Second - Amazon sells this at twice the price of what I used to get it off the shelf.

Great Sauce!

Made a Moroccan Lamb Tagine with Raisins and Dates. I used Almost 2 pounds of cubed lamb meat, this Tagine sauce, raisins, cilantro, dates and some slivered almonds. These were all placed in my Tagine and cooked for about an hour and a quarter. Naan for soaking up the sauce! My wife and I loved it!

Marie Ghannoum
Fantastic taste

The Mina sauces are terrific. Very tasty and a nice consistency. Not too thick. They make a tagging wonderful and contain all the spices needed to make the meat and vegetables so tasty.

Sheldon Golombeck
Tastes Great

made my Veal Tangine easy

Gordon Ramsay



I pan seasoned and seared some lamb chops sections w/bone, then added to my Instapot for 35 mins on Pressure Cooker setting, along with the sauce. Meat was fall about tender and flavorful. I removed the meat, created a slurry to thicken the sauce back up a bit, added some vidalia onions I had sautéed while the meat was cooking and added the meat back in. Served on top of a seasoned tricolor couscous with dried cranberries and almonds. Delicious! Highly recommend and will try their other flavors as well.

Anna S.
Excellent Tagine Base

I have used both the chicken and the lamb versions. Both were excellent (though I'm partial to the lamb). The instructions on what fresh ingredients to add are perfect. Spouse as well as guests love it as well. It made it super easy without having to mix a bunch of spices etc. No additional seasoning is needed, it is very flavorful. I daresay the result was better that all the roadside cafe tagine's I enjoyed in least to my Western palate.

Tastes so good!!

DELICIOUS and so easy to make! Just add meat and vegetables, simmer, and serve. I also added some dried prunes in the last 10 min per instructions - great addition! All of my dinner guests raved about it! Will definitely make this a household staple.