I like to serve this tagine with couscous or chunks of warm, crusty bread.
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excellent flavor and yummy sauce...
We made this last winter for a ski weekend and it received rave reviews. The flavours are wonderful and we're making it again this weekend. Can't wait to try it again.
I made this recipe last night and it was absolutely delicious! I did, however, substitute the beef broth with chicken stock. I used the "bite size" prunes (24) and it turned out to be one cup, which were perfect. I ended up using lamb shoulder steaks, which I cut into the 1 inch pieces myself. This also gave me several bones to use for the cooking process. This dish is sweet and savory, perfect for a chilly evening. I recommend everyone trying this very different and delicious recipe.
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