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Old 12-13-2009, 05:27 PM   #1
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I have lamb neck bones...

i want to make something soupy or stewy or something like that...
maybe in the crockpot. I have a 1.5lbs of neck bones. What to do?

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Old 12-14-2009, 01:22 PM   #2
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roast the bones for about 45 min to an hour with some veg like onion carrot celery (rustic cut), salt pepper, a littl olive oil. (350*) when browned, deglaze the pan with a little water, add to pot, also put in pot: broth (chicken) and the veg and bones. simmer a couple hours for a great rich lamb flavored broth. You can use this for a soup or stew or curry etc. THere is meat on the bones so take it off. If you are going for a stew or even a soup, puree the original veg and add as thickening.

Lamb goes well with tomatoes and basil (soup), tomato paste and spices for a curry (with potatoes, chick peas, the meat, carrots, peas etc.) serve over rice.

Traditional lamb stew with potatoes and carrots, turnips, parsley, served with soda bread.

enjoy.
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Old 12-14-2009, 02:02 PM   #3
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I think I would do it exactly like robbo described...

you could try it with a herb-crust :
herbs de procence
Rosemary
honey
mustard
olive oil
1/2 cup Pesto
pepper
salt
4gloves garlic

press the garlic and stir in all herbs and everything.
cover the lamb with the paste and bake for 1,5h at 200C
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I agree with above, but I am big fan of mushroom barley soup, Roast the bones as above then sautee mushrooms, celery and onions in the rendered fat. Add to a soup pot along with barley carrots and water. Cook until the barley is is cooked through and season to taste.
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Old 12-14-2009, 10:29 PM   #5
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all I can say is Hmmmmm! Cant wait to try one of these
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