Absolutely beautiful tagine (slow cooked) beef with fragrant Moroccan spices, sultanas and apricots. If you don't usually stock these spices, make the effort to get them, definitely a family favourite for all ages in our home. The original recipe calls for 4 teas garlic, I prefer one, to allow the apricotty sweetness to remain. Personally I think it would be a pity to not include the sultanas or dried apricots as it adds visual interest, texture and definitely flavour! Can be served with couscous and roasted capsicum, garnish with toasted almonds if liked. This recipe comes from the Family Health Network, Australia.