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Old 08-30-2005, 05:49 PM   #1
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Lamb hotpot

Last night I made a lamb hot pot recipe of mum's in the slowcooker and it turned out fantastically!
I just cut the excess fat off some lamb grillers then floured them and layered them in the slowcooker with onion slices and some garlic and salt. Then I put 2 cups of water, some chicken stock concentrate and soy sauce in and a coulpe of layers of sliced potato. Cooked it for 1 hour high then 4 hours low and it was great, the meat fell off the bones.

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Sounds wonderful. We're having leg of lamb and Greek potatoes for dinner. Yummmers!!!
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mrsmac, I've been wanting to use my crock pot for ages & have followed the crock pot recipe threads here with interest - your recipe sounds like something my mom and my husband would really enjoy. I'll give this a go some time this week and let you know how it turns out! Thanks, Sandyj
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Sounds wonderful. We're having leg of lamb and Greek potatoes for dinner. Yummmers!!!
how do you make Greek potatoes?
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Old 02-19-2006, 07:39 AM   #5
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Please post the Greek Potato recipe. We love Greek food.
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