One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A casserole of mutton or lamb with spring vegetables.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in Georges Escoffier (c1847–1935), master chef and cookery writer. From French navarin printanier from navarin + printanier.
navarin printanier/ˌnav(ə)rɪn prɪnˈtanjə//ˌnav(ə)rɪn prɪnˈtanjeɪ/
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