Braised Lamb (Shoulder) With Garlic and Cinnamon

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READY IN: 2hrs
Recipe by FLUFFSTER

Braising is a wonderful choice for less tender cuts of meat. Less tender doesn't mean less flavorful. The time it cooks, it becomes infused with the garlic and the wonderful aroma of the cinnamon. Add the white wine to the mix, and the squeeze of lemon at the end, and you come out with a favorite for sure! I like to serve mine over hot buttered noodles, but any type of rice is just as good.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Put oil in a large, deep skillet over medium-high heat.
  2. A minute later, add as many chunks of lamb as will fit without crowding(cook in batches, if necessary).
  3. When meat browns, (3 to 4 minutes)turn chunks and sprinkle them with salt and pepper. Adjust heat so pieces brown as rapidly as possible without burning.
  4. After each has browned on 2 sides, remove from pan and add another piece or two until all meat has been browned (10 to 15 minutes).
  5. When all meat has been removed from pan, turn off heat and allow the pan to cool a bit. Turn heat back to medium and add garlic and cinnamon.
  6. Cook for about 30 seconds, then add the wine;.
  7. raise heat to high and let wine bubble away for a minute. Add the tomatoes and cook, stirring occasionally,for about a minute.
  8. Return meat to pan and cover; adjust heat so mixture bubbles very gently. (If it cooks too quickly,.
  9. you may have to add a little water.) Cook, undisturbed, until meat is very tender, about 1 1/2 hours.
  10. Taste and adjust seasoning, then serve over rice or buttered noodles, with lemon wedges.

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