Lamb Tagine Shepherd's Pie

  • smiths37 Posted: 11/21/13
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    You need to make this! We used a little bit less lamb (had a 3 lb bone-in lamb roast and only used half of the meat), but it was still plenty of meat. Didn't have enough garlic either, but it was still delicious. I put everything in one 8x8 square baking dish and then topped with the bean mixture (like you would with a traditional shepherd's pie's potatoes). Turned out fantastic and worth the time it takes to make!

  • melissacsampson Posted: 08/06/14
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    OMG with this recipe. It is amazing. I did substitute chicken thighs because we don't eat red meat but ... even with the chicken thighs... this is going in the recipe book. Total keeper.

  • dmleach Posted: 12/15/13
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    The chickpeas-as-mashed-potatoes don't really work, though they're not bad. On the other hand the lamb stew itself is fantastic and I'm likely to make it again on its own.

  • RedSoxer Posted: 12/07/13
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    This was excellent! Followed the recipe exactly. My husband said this was one to keep.

  • Fosterbeach Posted: 11/18/13
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    A wonderful winter dish; savory with just a touch of sweet with the dried fruit. In addition to the dried apricots (CA, not Turkish), I used regular raisins and tossed in some dried currants as well. Definitely one I'll make again!

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