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Moroccan Lamb Shanks - slow cooker

Slow Cooker Moroccan Lamb Shanks

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19 reviews
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6 hours
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A delicious blend of sweet and savoury found in Moroccan cooking that goes so well with lamb. I eat mine with Moroccan flavoured couscous and it's a marriage made in heaven.

Homemade grassfed Shin Beef and Celeriac Mash

Paleo Slow- Cooker Shin Beef with Celeriac Smash - PaleoPolly

Here’s a super easy, comforting & warming recipe, perfect for a midweek. Flavoursome, thrifty, gelatinous shin beef and gorgeous beef dripping! Makes everything taste amazing! You will need:- 440g grass-fed shin beef Grassfed beef dripping 2 Carrots 1 Onion 3 Celery sticks 200ml Beef stock Cumin Salt and pepper 1/2 celeriac Mixed winter herbs (thyme/ […]

Slow cooker braised beef shin in red wine recipe - All recipes UK

Slow cooker braised beef shin in red wine

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4 reviews
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8 hours
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This is a really rich and luxurious stew that is deceptively simple to make. As with any stew, this is even better the next day - I like to make it on Sunday ready for some much needed Monday comfort. It's beyond perfect with mash and a little crusty bread to mop up all the delicious juices.

Day-after-a-roast salad recipe, Bite – This is the quick and easy dish we will be having for dinner tonight, made regularly following a roast because it makes good use of leftover meat — beef, lamb, pork, chicken — they all work well or just add a whole heap of toasted nuts and seeds for a vegetarian option. – foodhub.co.nz

Day-after-a-roast salad recipe, Bite – This is the quick and easy dish we will be having for dinner tonight, made regularly following a roast because it makes good use of leftover meat — beef, lamb, pork, chicken — they all work well or just add a whole heap of toasted nuts and seeds for a vegetarian option. – foodhub.co.nz

Slow cooker braised beef shin in red wine

Slow cooker braised beef shin in red wine

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4 reviews
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8 hours
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This is a really rich and luxurious stew that is deceptively simple to make. As with any stew, this is even better the next day - I like to make it on Sunday ready for some much needed Monday comfort. It's beyond perfect with mash and a little crusty bread to mop up all the delicious juices.