Posted by Amy Andrews


Categories French Fridays with Dorie

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Navarin Printanier w/FFwDorie

navarin printanier

A delicate medley of lamb and spring vegetables.  This is a delicious way to prepare the assortment of veggies you find at the spring market – turnips, onions, carrots, and peas are the classics.  (note:  I did find the cooking time was a bit too much for the veggies and will add them during the last 20-30 minutes next time around.)  Enjoy with a crusty baguette and glass of wine, bien sûr!

Recipe for Navarin Printanier pp. 281-282, from Around My French Table, by Dorie Greenspan

15 comments on “Navarin Printanier w/FFwDorie”

  1. Elin Chia

    Amy,I agree with you, this goes well with baguette and a glass of wine 🙂 The best classic stew so full of flavor! have a great day!

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  2. Mary Hirsch

    I thought this lamb stew was delicious also. Doesn’t anything taste better with a glass of wine to sip and a baguette to munch.

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  3. Nana

    This was a great stew, and my onions and garlic
    totally melted away. I did use beef instead of lamb,
    but delicious just the same. Yours looks so
    good.

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  4. Kathy

    I served mine with rustic bread and a glass of wine! It was delicious! Your stew looks wonderful!

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  5. pamkaren

    Yes, bread and wine were my side dishes with this too! Great minds…..

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  6. Maggie

    Good call on the baguette & wine. We had English Muffin Bread & mixies so yours definitely sounds classier! 🙂

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  7. Maggie

    Good call on the baguette & wine. We had English Muffin Bread & mixies so yours definitely sounds classier! 🙂

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  8. Erin

    Yum, wine and a baguette! Really anything goes with wine and bread!

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  9. Amy Andrews

    Great to slowly get to know you all, FFwDers! Thank you for the comments – so fun. Happy Cooking!

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  10. Trevor Sis Boom

    I prefer to have the glass of wine FIRST and then make the stew. Then, of course, a glass of wine with the stew. Sometimes I will give the stew a glass of wine while cooking too. Delish. This looks lovely! Great job!

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  11. Betsy

    What a lovely stew. I did love this one. I served it with baguette the first night (but then I was out of bread).

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  12. Amy Andrews

    å santé, Trevor! Thanks for the comment — L.O.V.E. your blog. And any friend of David is a friend of mine. Awesome. Keep it up. You are a gifted writer!

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  13. Cher Rockwell

    Very lovely. Yes, some of the vegetables (the onions and parsnips) did indeed seem to melt right into the stew. Crazy…

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  14. Kathleen

    That blue pot showcases the stew beautifully!

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