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October 2, 2012

Magical lamb stew with parsnips, prunes, and chickpeas, from Bewitching Kitchen

Lamb stew with parsnips, prunes, and chickpeas: North African goodness from Bewitching Kitchen.

Sally of Bewitching Kitchen describes this lamb stew with parsnips, prunes, and chickpeas as "sexy flavor with a North African flair." If you've never experienced the heady combination of meat with the warm spices -- cinnamon, especially, and cumin -- well, that's where the magic comes in. Make this stew in a Dutch oven or, if you have one, a stove-top capable ceramic tagine; either pan will trap the moisture that keeps this stew tender. Imagine how wonderful your kitchen will smell while it's cooking. Sweet, beautiful parsnips are in season here in the Northeast, which makes Fall the perfect time to try this stew.

Get Bewitching Kitchen's recipe for magical lamb stew with parsnips, prunes and chickpeas.

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Comments

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Posted by: SallyBR | October 2, 2012 at 09:19 AM

What a great surprise to find my recipe here.... loved it! Made my morning so much brighter!

thank you, great honor to be featured on your site!

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Posted by: Lydia | October 2, 2012 at 09:21 AM

Sally, I love recipes like this -- even the colors are perfect for the season!

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Posted by: Kalyn | October 2, 2012 at 06:41 PM

I love Betwitching Kitchen, and what a great sounding recipe!

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