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Our Irish Stew has flavorful lamb is simmered with rustic root vegetables and herbs for a classic Irish meal. Make ita day ahead to allow the flavors to meld, then re-heat over medium heat. Great for St. Patrick's Day supper.
This Irish lamb recipe is more like a casserole than a stew. Prepared as a layered meat and potatoes main dish, this quick-and-easy stew recipe can be baked in the oven rather than on the stovetop or in a slow cooker.
Brown lamb slowly in butter. Add onion and garlic and saute for 5 minutes. Add water or stock, salt and pepper, cover and cook for 15 minutes. Add potatoes and carrots (I like the flavor that the carrots add). Cook 45 minutes.
In the appropiate stew pot arrange half the potatoes in a layer on the bottom. Add half the onions in a layer and then all of the lamb pieces. Season with salt and pepper and thyme. Cover the lamb with the remaining onions and, finally, the balance ...
This recipe consists of alternating layers of potatoes, meat and onions cooked in liquid. Be sure not to fill pressure cooker more than 3/4 full when building layers. Because this recipe fills the pressure cooker nearly to capacity, it will take ...
There must be as many versions of thisIreland's national dishas there are cooks. One thing all recipes should say is that the stew is to be cooked slowly until the lamb is meltingly tender. This stew is the ideal dish to return to after a day in the open air, as it can be made ahead and reheated while cook and guests enjoy the hot punch.