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March 31, 2010

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Evonne

This was a wonderful Easter Dinner choice. I am not a big Cinnamon fan but this was yummie. Somehow we ended up with lots o leftovers. Will get me through work tomorrow!!

Allpraxis

If I were to cook this in a slow cooker, how might the cooking time/instructions be modified?

Molly

Hmmm... I think if you're slow-cooking, you'd probably want about 4 hours on High or 8 hours on Low to make the broth. I would pre-cook the chickpeas separately and reserve them (they do fine if just thrown in the slow cooker and left to bubble away all day on Low). You'd still need to do the onion saute on the stovetop; you could stir all that in with the additional vegetables and give it another two hours in the slow cooker, or you could finish it up on the stovetop. Either way. And slow cooking it would mean your house would smell even better all day long!

Nike Dunks

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