By twissis on February 06, 2007
Photo by AmandaInOz
Photo by AmandaInOz
"A few days ago I discovered a long-lost treasure trove of recipes I had copied while in Dallas & sent to Iceland for safe keeping. The effort was forgotten over time in the excitement of coming here & DH hid them so safely that it was nearly 4 yrs b4 I found them & realized what they were. In my pre-RZ cooking phase, I used 3 main recipe sources. My best guess is this may have been a Food Network recipe & I will be guessing w/ea I enter. This is treasure trove #1 & was chosen because I love lamb, German fare & using my crock pot often. Enjoy! (# of servings & times have been estimated)"
Serving Size: 1 (181 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This was absolutely amazing! The meat was so tender, it would just melt in your mouth!!! A "keeper" for sure! Thank you for sharing such a smashing recipe! XO LA :-)"
"Used ground lamb since I got some on sale the week prior (yeah yummy sales) Turned them into lamb meatballs. 1/2 the recipe for 2 and served over mashed potatoes. Yum Yum !! Made for ZWT 6."
"This was truly delicious, and smelled heavenly! It was all I could do to keep from sneaking tastes throughout the day as it cooked. I made a couple of minor changes- first, I deglazed the skillet with hot water, then used that as part of the liquid. Second, I added the flour as well as the meat in step 2 to the crock, so there was no need for the flour and water mixture in step five. I served the sour cream separately at the table for each person to use as needed, but the stew was so good as is, that no one wanted any. Lastly, I only needed to cook this for 8 hours, as the lamb was falling apart tender at that point. Made for ZWT6."
"This was a lovely lamb dish! It was thick and creamy but not too rich and heavy for a summer meal. No one flavour really overwhelmed any of the others. Made exactly as stated, and it got 5 stars from all five satisfied diners. Thanks so much twissis!"
"We had this last night for dinner and it was delicious and very tastey.Than you for posting this recipe Diane Sth aust"
"We really enjoyed this simple to make dish which we served over rice. I made a few minor changes based on what I had which included using 4 beef bouillion cubes plus 1 1/2 cups water (instead of beef broth), using 1 teaspoon white vinegar plus threw in a bunch of fresh tarragon (out of tarragon vinegar), used dill weed instead of dill seeds, skipped the caraway seeds (out of)and used light sour cream. Although this seems like a lot of changes I think the dish was still basically the same - delicious! Thanks for sharing this keeper!"
"This was great, such a delicious and unique taste. We ate it with the buttered noodles and my daughter reckoned it was almost as good as lasagna!"