Traditional Lamb Stew
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 1 hour
Great recipe, but double the broth and roux for more satisfaction. x2.5 to serve over rice.
I followed the recipe, but used vegetable stock instead of beef stock. The lamb was tender an the dish was outstanding served with flaky biscuits.
A very good stew. If you love lamb you will love this! I did not have any chives and I had to use dried thyme. I also decided to use 2 tablespoons of flour so the broth would be a bit thicker. It was perfect for our liking. I used the crock pot for 6 hours on low instead of the oven and then at the end, I drained the liquid into a medium saucepan, leaving the veggies and meat in the slow cooker while I thickened up the gravy. It worked well.
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We are all so full! We made the lamb stew tonight for dinner. The only change was that we placed in slow cooker to let slow simmer all day. The lamb was so tender it just melted in our mouths. Delicious meal. Great dish for fall and winter. Thanks for sharing.
This was a great recipe, the adults as well as the kids enjoyed it, it is officially in the rotation. I did double the broth and of course the flour and seasonings. I also put the meat and juices in the oven without the veggies for a half hour and then added the veggies and baked for an hour. It was easy, beautiful and delicious. Thanks much for the recipe.
Great recipe. I doubled the beef broth to get all my vegetables covered. 1 1/2 hours in the oven.. Also doubled the spices to accommodate the extra broth. I used two tablespoons of flour, and still had to use a tablespoon of corn starch in order to get the gravy to thicken.
Delicious but I did make one simple change, I deglazed the pot with some red wine before adding potatoes and broth. I also added parsnips and mushrooms as I had them in the house and they needed to be eaten.
Best lamb stew I have ever had.