Lamb Stew Recipe - Love Lamb Week

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Lamb Stew Recipe

Lots of recipes with the classic pairings such as garlic, mint and rosemary work perfectly with lamb.  For the Lamb Love Week, I've come up with the recipe of 'Lamb Stew', a mild yet flavourful dish perfect for both adults and children alike and something that provides all the necessary nutrients to all ages, because of the meat content added to it. 

Lamb Stew Recipe

The Major Ingredient - The Lamb! 

Lamb is one of the most exciting ingredients that can be used to create lot of different recipes. 

Lamb Try it, Love it

The EU funded Lamb Try it, Love it campaign has enabled people to discover the unique flavours of lamb at their convenience. The protein packed premium lamb produced by European farmers ensures the use of sustainable practices and is a praiseworthy contribution to the local economies. 

Variety of Cuts of Lamb

Being a versatile ingredient, lamb can be used to prepare lots of dishes and the availability of different cuts enables us to create incredible lamb dishes that aren't just quick and easy to prepare, but the health benefits are immense too! 

Health Benefits of Lamb

Lamb contains essential nutrients and proteins as well as 7 vitamins and minerals including vitamin B12 and niacin that leads to a healthy lifestyle. Once you try it, you're definitely going to love it! For more information on the campaign and for interesting new recipes, check out lamb try it, love it.

Lamb Stew Recipe

(Serves 6-8)

1 kg boneless lamb cubes (washed well)
1/2 tsp meat tenderiser 
1 tsp papaya paste 
1 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp garlic paste
6 tbsp cooking oil (for frying onions)
3 medium finely sliced onion (fried until golden brown) 
1 tsp salt, or as required 
1/2  tsp red chilli powder
6 whole black pepper-corns
5 whole cloves
1 red dried round chilli 
2 cloves of sliced fresh garlic
2 medium sized fresh green chillies
2 tbsp natural full fat yogurt 

Add papaya, ginger and garlic paste to the lamb cubes, and keep aside for some time.
In a pot, add oil and fry the sliced onion until golden brown. 
Add the marinated lamb along with salt, chilli powder, peppercorns, cloves, dried round chilli and  sliced fresh garlic and cook on medium heat for 5 minutes.
Add the green chillies, 2 cups of water, and cook the lamb on low heat, until tender.
Once the lamb is cooked, make sure the water content is evaporated and the sauce of the stew is thick.
Add the yogurt and cook for another 5 minutes.
Serve hot with rice or Indian flatbread.

Lamb Stew Recipe

Lamb Stew Recipe

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 40 mins
Serves: 4

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  1. Lamb stew is so delicious and yours looks so good! I really should try to eat lamb more often.

  2. I love stew season - nothing better than a tasty stew on a cold winters day

  3. I rarely cook with Lamb purely as I don't really know what else to do with other than a roast dinner. I like the sound of this recipe, so I'll have to give it a try

  4. WOW this looks absolutely delicious. I love the taste of lamb so would definitely give this a go! xxx

  5. Perfect winter grub, I would love to tuck into this!


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