Slow cooker lamb (61)

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    24 reviews

    Tender lamb joint in the slow cooker with vegetables and gravy. One pot and easy - all you need to do is make some Yorkshire pud to go with it and add some mint sauce. Seriously delicious. Serves 2 with enough meat for leftovers or increase the veg and it would serve 4.

    Recipe by: Samantha's Supper

    49 reviews

    This recipe has been with me for over 30 years, it was given to me by a Kashmiri guy I shared a house with when I was 17. This is his mum’s family recipe. Kashmir's cuisine combines the area's fruits and nuts with the ingredients and the cooking style of the Moguls. This rich stew makes a marvellous main dish. Serve it with rice or crusty breads. This is lovely!

    Recipe by: thegnome

    27 reviews

    This lovely hotpot recipe belongs to my Aunt Betty from Bolton, Lancashire. I think she makes the most fantastic hotpot in the county. It is tasty, heart warming and economical. She believes her hotpot is as good as Betty’s hotpot from Coronation Street. I will let you be the judge of that.

    Recipe by: williamsmrs

    47 reviews

    The preparation for this lamb shanks in red wine dish is incredibly simple and you can sit back, relax and let the slow cooker do all the work! Serve with steamed potatoes, or mashed potatoes, and green vegetables of your choice. Absolutely scrumptious, enjoy.

    Recipe by: MaEarth2008

    30 reviews

    This lamb shank recipe was initially given to me as a family favourite from a mate at work. I've prepared it in a slow cooker and made it as easy as possible to prepare. It has a fantastic flavour and the meat just falls off the bone. I have made this in the oven as well and doubled the quantities for four people and it tasted just as good, only everybody went in for seconds and there were no leftovers.

    Recipe by: Hans Speek

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