Good riddance, Maillard!
Searing meat for stew is messy and fussy—and, it turns out, entirely unnecessary. Our version, a lamb (or beef) and chickpea stew, includes ingredients that each play a distinct role in creating a layered stew with less time, trouble and mess. Get the recipe here.
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