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    Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:23 pm

    copied onto here at Rob's request Very Happy Very Happy

    '........either get 1lb of diced lamb or lamb chops from the butcher, fry them up with sliced onion and sprinkle a red oxo cube on it all, when it is browned pour some boiling water on top to cover. I have a cast iron stockpot so do this on the ring, keep the ring on and slice potato thinly onto it all and stir it up. Don't know if you have this down there, but get a bag of pot herbs from the veg stall on the market and put them in, slice more onion on top and then more thinly sliced potato on top. Sprinkle a lamb oxo, mixed herbs, celery salt, lamb seasoning and a handful of soup mix, plus salt and pepper on top of the potato, I break a cube of knorr lamb stock into it as well. Then pour boiling water over it all to top it up. Put the lid on and turn the ring off whilst it comes to the boil. Put the oven on 140 and pop it in for the afternoon, take the lid off about half an hour before I want to eat and let it brown. Not the traditional way I know, but one that everyone who has my hotpot likes so it must be working OK ....'


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by wolfboy on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:51 pm

    thanks for the recipe june, hotpots are lovely, especially this time of year
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by gbjoce on Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:23 am

    Yum...sounds lovely.will definately try it. When you say 'soup mix' er...what is that???
    Thanks for posting...Smile
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by wolfboy on Wed Dec 15, 2010 2:38 am

    hmm maybe cornflour or an actual soup powder joce, not sure
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Wed Dec 15, 2010 4:01 am

    Its a packet of dried mixed lentils, barley, peas etc. I used to get mine from a Weigh and Save which has now closed down, I found a box of it in Asda. Only need a small amount though. I never thicken it Rob, a leftover from Leon being a diabetic and not being able to thicken gravy excessively due to the excess carbs in cornflour and the like. He's been left home a fair few years now but the habit of a lifetime now Very Happy


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by gbjoce on Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:02 am

    The hotpot is cooking........
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by kachinas on Fri Dec 17, 2010 4:38 am

    is it ready yet? I'll be round soon! Smile Laughing


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Fri Dec 17, 2010 5:21 am

    Oh great, mine is all gone, I'll be over in a bit when I've finished my lamb shank Laughing


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Shadsdad on Fri Dec 17, 2010 6:20 am

    I still prefer my beef stew and dumplings! Very Happy
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    Post by gbjoce on Fri Dec 17, 2010 6:24 am

    Another half an hour to go I think, just about to unwrap it. Just what we need after a hard days packing. Smells lovely...Smile
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Fri Dec 17, 2010 6:36 am

    It freezes well Joce, so maybe put the leftovers in the freezer and then you can take it with you the day you move, it will defrost during the day and all you have to do is microwave it when you have got the bed made, the couch and chairs in situ and the telly plugged in!!! My OH, having moved dozens of times during his life, because of being in the Navy has got a set pattern that works well, first of all make the beds, then you have something to fall into, get the telly plugged in and the seating arrangements sorted and have something to heat up to eat. Not forgetting the box with the kettle, milk and tea bags that goes with you in the car!!!
    Vince the stew and dumplings sounds ace, we'll finish of Joce's hotpot and be over at your's tomorrow for that Very Happy


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Shadsdad on Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:12 am

    Too late June, just like my homemade bread, the stew disappears just as quickly, I thought it was Carol sneaking extra portions but caught Shadow in the kitchen the other day licking her lips? Sad

    Hoping to make a nice kate n sidney pudding next week but you'll definitely have to to fight Carol for any "spare" LOL Very Happy

    Oh, we've given up buying bread anymore, cheaper to bake your own and tastes a damn sight better too.......... just a pity I'm the only one who knows the recipe? Sad
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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:39 am

    Not a big bread eater anyway, but a Kate N'Sidney pudding, lead me to it Very Happy


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by gbjoce on Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:06 am

    It was lovely...it may well freeze well but sadly there is none left! I thought I had made enough for B to take some with him when he heads off for a night shift tomorrow but we ate it all. What a Face Will make some more for moving day...thank you for the recipe Smile


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    Re: Lamb Hotpot

    Post by Admin on Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:26 am

    Thank goodness......was worried I may have poisoned you,glad you liked it, and sorry Byron had nothing left for work Very Happy


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