Slow Cook Lamb with Prunes

Slow Cooked Lamb with Prunes and Chilli

Home alone tonight and since  the oven was on for a long time today on a low heat making  meringues and  cake. I decided it was sensible to secrete   at the bottom of the oven sealed in a cast iron casserole dish , a slow cook dish of lamb and prunes .

The prunes make a rich and delicious sauce with mouth melting lamb and a kick of chilli and star anise, its almost a tagine

Slow Cook Lamb with Prunes

200g of lamb shoulder or leg diced
100g of prunes
1 medium onion
2 cloves of garlic rougly chopped
4 dried red chilli crushed
2 star anise
2 tsp of coriander seeds
400g of tinned plum tomatoes
1 pint of water
1 tsp of olive oil

  1. Toast the chillis, star anise coriander seed .
  2. Finely grind the toasted spices
  3. Place the oil in a pan with the spices, onions and garlic
  4. Add the lamb cook until brown
  5. Finally add the tomatoes, water and prunes
  6. Bring to a gentle simmer cover and place in the oven on a low heat at 150degC for at least two hours

Serve with brown rice mixed with finely chopped fresh coriander leaves and toasted sesame sees

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3 Responses to Slow Cook Lamb with Prunes

  1. rich says:

    I love this kind of dish – no hassle, easy, fairly cheap and ready when you get home from work with zero effort.

    Sometimes, it’s good not to have to actually cook, but still get something pretty good to eat.

  2. Kevin says:

    I like the sound of combining prunes and lamb.

  3. Pingback: Prunes in blankets ( Prunes wrapped in bacon) « Girl Interrupted Eating

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