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Great recipe and not too challenging considering was my first ever attempt at baking something... I added some fresh chilli, coriander and Tabasco sauce to spice it up a bit.. Good hearty meal...
Since Publix stiffed me on the ground lamb (funny, they have a grinder and lamb, why can't they grind some when I asked for it?) I had to use ground beef, but it still came out great! Also substituted a Newcastle brown for the Guinness, but that's a personal preference type of thing. The herbs and the worcestershire sauce really blended with the beer to make a taste that was terrific and reminiscent of pub grub (which I miss dearly).
This made such a wonderful dinner! The only thing I did differently was to add in a tin of peas. There were a lot of good flavors in there; I loved the combination of the herbs, Guinness, and Worcestershire sauce. Thanks for the recipe!
I tried this recipe, and it was fantastic. Thank you for sharing it. I will definitely make it again!
This sounds delicious for sure. I love the combination of herbs and ingredients. But I would add a bit of chopped red pepper and if you sprinkle some paprika on top of the potatoes, it gives it a nice soft glow. The Guiness was a real novelty for me. What a treat!
How yummy was this !!! Comfort food at it's best ! Made it just as written and it was great !!! This is a keeper !
This was wonderful! My DH even requested for dinner again in the same week. I did use ground pork instead of lamb as I could not find any ground lamb at my usual store. I think the Guiness really makes the flavor outstanding! Thanks for posting Judy!