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Crock Pot Persian Lamb Stew

Crock Pot Persian Lamb Stew created by Bergy

Persian lamb stew sends wonderful flavors your way - not spicy - just a nice blend of flavors. A meal in one pot. Serve with a salad on the side and crusty rolls to scoop up the last of the sauce. I was very pressed for time today to make this recipe so I just put everything in the crock pot with out browning anything and it turned out heavenly - 1/2 hour on high then 4 hours on low. I used 4 shoulder steaks bone in. I did cut off any fat. Also I threw in a carrot. I love this recipe.

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  • Season the lamb with about half of the salt & pepper.
  • In a skillet over medium-high heat& 2 tbs of oil brown the lamb and transfer the lamb, when browned, to a 3 1/2 quart crock pot.
  • Sauté the onions in the last tbs of oil until they are translucent 3-5 minutes Add the garlic& oregano, cook& stir approx 1 minute.
  • Add tomatoes and simmer, smashing the tomatoes as you stir.
  • Pour approx half of the tomatoes over the lamb in the crock pot.
  • Place potatoes in a layer on top of the tomatoes and season with salt & pepper.
  • Add a layer of green beans, then the eggplant and zucchini.
  • Season each layer lightly with salt & pepper to your taste.
  • Pour remaining tomatoes on top.
  • Add bay leaves.
  • Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or until the lamb is tender.
  • Remove bay leaves & serve.
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"Persian lamb stew sends wonderful flavors your way - not spicy - just a nice blend of flavors. A meal in one pot. Serve with a salad on the side and crusty rolls to scoop up the last of the sauce. I was very pressed for time today to make this recipe so I just put everything in the crock pot with out browning anything and it turned out heavenly - 1/2 hour on high then 4 hours on low. I used 4 shoulder steaks bone in. I did cut off any fat. Also I threw in a carrot. I love this recipe."
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  1. iam.ddo
    what spices are people talking about? oregano, salt and pepper (and bay leaves)? did i miss something?
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  2. Molly53
    Very easily made and got the stamp of approval from our son-in-law. I think the key is to use very lean lamb. We'd make it again!
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  3. NWGirl
    This is an INCREDIBLE lamb stew with a great mix of ingredients from the Persian tradition! The ingredient combinations are just right, and SO flavorful. *It should be noted, however, that in step #5 and #9, there is a misprint. The author of the recipe means for you to pour half the tomato/onion MIXTURE over the lamb in step #5, and the rest of the mixture in step #9 (not just the tomatoes, as it states.) But I whole-heartedly disagree with one of the reviewers...This is NOT "smelly", in fact it's wonderfully fragrant. And if this recipe seems a little too "vegetable-heavy", simply try adding an extra 1/2 lb of lamb. This is what we did, and it was a PERFECT balance! Enjoy! We sure did!!
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  4. Bergy
    Crock Pot Persian Lamb Stew Created by Bergy
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