Wednesday, June 15, 2011

LAMB AND ROSA TOMATO STEW



Sometimes we need food that is easy to prepare but makes the house smell soulful and warm during winter. The smell hugs you like a blanket and makes you feel at home.
This dish is so easy to prepare and is delicious served with rice and a good glass of red wine.

 
INGREDIENTS
500 - 800g Free-range lamb stewing pieces
200g baby rosa tomatoes (or any little tomatoes you like - cherry etc..)
6 potatoes peeled and chopped
1 large onion diced
basil
rosemary
sage
sugar
salt
pepper
cooked rice for 4 people ( i used brown basmati rice)

METHOD
In a nice sized oven dish place lamb pieces, potatoes and diced onion with slitted baby tomaotoes and fresh herbs. Sprinkle on sugar, salt and pepper.
Place in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
Stir occasionally and cook until the lamb is brown and the potatoes are soft.
Serve on rice

10 comments:

  1. I could so do with this delicious looking hearty stew today, it's freezing!
    ps fab vintage giveaway up on my blog today!:)

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  2. Thanks Being Brazen and Lana :)
    will look at giveaway now Lana :) thanks

    hugs
    B

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  3. Could I do this in the slow cooker? My oven is broken :( but I want to try this

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  4. yes, I would def. think so :)
    enjoy and congrats on your sweet new baby
    Betty Bake

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  5. Stews are the best thing ever. It's super hot sweaty summer in my part of the world, but I shall definitely keep this recipe in mind to try out once it starts getting cooler. Yum!

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  6. I was just reading a recipe for lamb shanks and beans in sauce, and thinking that you don't get a dish much more hale and hearty for winter than that. Your blog post must be an added sign :-)

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  7. Boyf just asked me "How are you reading this without getting hungry ?". Off to cook now :)

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  8. @marlene - enjoy when the weather is cooler ;)

    @juanita - hahaha yes a sign for lamb stew or lamb something :)

    @Caylee - enjoy - hope it came out Fabulous :)

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  9. It looks so yummy and i know it also does tastes good. Thanks for posting and for sharing your wonderful ingredients and procedure. i know a lot of your viewers tried doing this. Nice post!

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