I'm thinking of making a tagine on Sunday, for a dinner on Tuesday. These delicious chickpeas (https://food52.com/recipes...) would be perfect with drinks, but I'm constitutionally averse to standing over hot splattering oil as guests arrive, especially while decompressing from work...and you KNOW if you're expecting guests, that's the day something pesky will come up last minute. So, has anyone ever made this ahead of time (I might be able to tackle it at lunch,) then reheated them in the oven? If so, how? Were they still crispy and delicious?
PS how does that nifty link to a recipe in the subject line work? Tried, failed.
Turn on your oven and get out a cutting board—boom, you're halfway to dinner.
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