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Thursday 1st October 2015

Autumn has arrived: Top 5 Slow Cooked Welsh Lamb Recipes

As we’ve started to dig our boots and scarves out from the back of the wardrobe, we think it’s time to look at autumnal-inspired recipes that will warm us up from the inside out! Slow cooked Welsh Lamb recipes are great for putting in the oven and coming back to a few hours later. The meat will be super tasty as it retains its natural juices when cooked slowly. From traditional cawl to curried shoulder, these recipes are as hearty as they come, and packed full of flavour.

Slow cooked Welsh Lamb Shoulder

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With sloe gin, plums, ginger and star anise this slow cooked shoulder is full of warming, autumnal flavours. Serve with seasonal greens and crusty bread for a meal full of goodness and satiety! Then enjoy, slowly.

Slow Cooked Curried Shoulder of Welsh Lamb

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Cooked until the spiced meat falls off the bone, this Welsh Lamb curried shoulder is best served in chunks with Indian breads or steamed rice.

Welsh Lamb Cawl

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The national dish of Wales, cawl is super comforting, warming and delicious. It’s easy to make and perfect to feed to the family throughout autumn and winter. This recipe includes making your own rosemary dumplings that will add even more heartiness. Ladle into bowls, add your dumplings, sprinkle with chives and serve.

German Braised Welsh Lamb with Cabbage and Beans


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The next recipe is our favourite Oktoberfest-inspired Welsh Lamb! Braised lamb with cabbage and beans is as comforting as slow-cooks come. We like ours to be truly wholesome and serve it thickly sliced with crusty bread. Delicious...

Slow Roasted Welsh Lamb Shanks

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Simply mouth watering, moist and tender, these slow roasted Welsh Lamb shanks are a great meal for family or friends, and really easy to make. Serve with creamy mashed potato mixed with crumbled feta cheese and torn basil leaves to add some tasty finishing touches.

Find more slow cooked lamb recipes on our Pinterest board.

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