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Traditional Highland recipe for Scottish lamb stew with list of ingredients and cooking directions
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Scottish lamb stew recipe is a delicious all in one pot meal for a winter's day using the finest of Scot's ingredients.
Lamb Stew Recipe
650g cubed lamb
25g pearl barley
1 onion - finely chopped
3 celery sticks - cut into chunks
225g carrots - cut into chunks
salt and pepper
Thyme - fresh or dried
Eating in has alternative lamb stew recipes which can be served with soda scones or soda bread.
Scottish Lamb Recipe
1. Simmer the barley in a small pot for about 10 minutes then drain.
2. In a large pot melt the margarine and slowly cook the vegetables for 7 minutes. Add the lamb and stir.
3. Stir in the cider and stock, adding the seasoning and thyme and then the barley. Cover and cook for about an hour, stirring occasionally.
4. Serve with tatties, or add potatoes and extra stock.
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