Find delicious slow cooker lamb recipes for melt-in-the-mouth meat that falls off the bone. We have delicious recipes for slow cooker lamb stew, lamb curries and loads more - all from home cooks like you.
Ideal way to cook a piece of meat, large or small, any time with no preparation. If you wish to brown the meat first you can do so.
Cooked in the slow cooker. This is a perfect meal for when you return from work or lazy Sunday dinner. Delicious if served in a giant Yorkshire pudding. This is lush.
This is one for the garlic lovers out there. On a personal note, I sometimes use more than suggested here... Please adjust seasonings to your own individual tastes. I sometimes add chilli paste to the marinade. Let me know how it goes. Hope you enjoy it as much as Malzu's family do.
Slow cooked lamb with red wine gravy just falls off the bone. Perfect for Sunday dinner. Serve with your choice of veg and roast potatoes.
This our favourite Rogan Josh. Perfect every time! It also tastes great cooked in a slow cooker. See tip below.
A great recipe to throw into the slow cooker, and know when you get home from work, there's a tasty hot meal ready and waiting for you.
Take curry night to a whole new level with this lamb and spinach curry. Set this curry on to cook and let the slow cooker work its magic to produce a flavourful, creamy and moreish result best served over rice.
This is one of my favourite ways to cook lamb and came about one day from what I had in the fridge and cupboards we loved it so much we have it at least twice a month now. Plus its the only way I can get my carrot hating partner anywhere near them. I've put serves 4 but that's more two adults and two children
There is nothing better than having someone cook a lovely dinner for you. Sit back and let the slow cooker do all the work in making this lovely lamb balti curry. Great for starting in the morning and finishing in the evening when you get home for supper. Serve with rice.
A traditional Welsh cawl recipe made in the slow cooker. This slow cooker cawl couldn't be easier! Feel free to add leek instead of onion, if desired, and make sure to save some leftovers - cawl is even better the next day!