5 Reviews

Excellent! Did not use any salt (my personal preference) and it was still very tasty. Loved the combination of spices and fruit/nuts. Will be making this again. Thanks Fairy Nuff!

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Lambkyns November 06, 2008

The spices in this are quite tasty, although next time I will use a little less salt. I loved the crunch of the almonds and the fruitiness of the plums. Cooking time was a bit less for us (about 20 minutes early). We enjoyed this with couscous and a salad. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue

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Sue Lau August 07, 2008

Dee-lish!! I used lamb chops and the ground cardamom was oh so heavenly. Served with whole wheat couscous, spinach salad and crusty bread. Huzzah! Reviewed for the Great Tangerine Hunt in N*A*M*E forum. ~td~

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COOKGIRl February 28, 2008

Exceedingly delicious! My husband added 3/4 teaspoon of harissa, and cooked it in the oven in a tagine. He used boned shoulder of lamb. This is certain to be eaten in this home over and over again. Thanks for another great recipe Fairy.

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Daydream March 08, 2007

What a great recipe! Sweet and spicy, and very easy to make. I followed the recipe pretty closely - had to pry cardamom seeds out of their pods because I didn't have any ground - and it turned out really well. My boyfriend loved it. I served this with jewelled couscous.

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Chef Lulabella December 12, 2005
Lamb Tagine