A fine recipe that can quickly become a family favourite. Braised lamb, simmered in a red wine sauce for hours until the meat is ready to fall off the bone. Serve atop mashed potatoes with some fresh bread to turn this dish into a feast.
Crying lamb is said to have its origins from communities that used shared ovens. The meat is cooked above the vegetables absorbing any drippings which adds to this meal’s distinctive flavour.
This ready-to-serve recipe is sure to attract some attention during its preparation and cooking. It’s great for family gatherings and has a traditional feel that is sometimes missing from modern dishes.
Beef and Barley soup is hearty and can heat the cockles of your heart; especially after a day out in the cold! It also happens to be a great way to make use of leftover steak from last night’s barbecue. This recipe can also be served as a main dish and goes well with toasted garlic bread!