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this is an excellent got 'lamb and a tin of chickpeas what should I cook' recipe. I used our slow cooker too. I made it for 4-5 people ( so 680grms lamb).I followed the recipe but used a can of tomatoes and alittle stock ( maybe 1/4 cup) and transfered the simmered tomatoes to the lamb waiting in the slow cooker. On low for about 5-6 hrs perfect!
I love lamb stew and usually make an Irish version with potatoes, celery, carrots, onions or something close. Now and then I'm looking for a change of pace. Using this recipe as a basis this turned out a really tasty and healthy lamb stew. I plan to alternate this with the Irish style. Mmm. I used the canned tomatoes, chickpeas, onion, garlic, also a little celery, a jalapeno pepper, and diced-up carrot and malanga root. Used cumin, cinnamon, ginger, rosemary, and cloves as well as salt and pepper. Nice peppy flavor. Looks great as well, if I get the camera working hope to send a picture.
This was a lovely Morrocan style dish. I halved the recipe and made it on the stove top like a stew. I added a bit more stock to keep it from drying out. I left off the parsley and/or cilantro, didn't have any. Served with some warm pita type flat breads. I have a VERY picky Husband that even enjoyed this dish.
We really enjoyed this and so did both my young daughters. For this recipe I decided my crockpot would be perfect. I basically followed the recipe exactally except instead of adding the flour to the onions, I made a mix of flour, salt and pepper in a bag and then tossed the lamb to coat before browning. I added the spices to the onion/garlic to toast them slightly before deglazing with stock. Because I used the crockpot I cut the stock back to about 1/2 - 3/4 cup and used all the canned tomatoes. I added the canned chickpeas about an hour before serving. This ended up cooking in the crockpot on low for about 6-7 hours. Served with Coriander Lemon Couscous this is a fabulous, filling family meal. Thank you for posting.