Ready in 30 minutes
Great tasting and easy to make, just throw everything in and let it slow cook in the oven.
"Delicious dish and so easy to make. I highly recommend this dish for anyone. The longer it cooks the easier the lamb comes off the bone. A great dish to cook for dinner parties, have it in the oven and out of the way before the guests arrive. "- keepsmilyn
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Top-ranked recipe named "Moroccan Lamb Shanks"
1. Preheat oven to 170?C. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large frying pan over high heat. Add lamb shanks. Cook, turning, for 5 minutes or until browned. Transfer to an ovenproof dish.
2. Reduce heat to medium. Add onion, garlic, spice mix and remaining oil to frying pan. Cook, stirring, for 2 to 3 minutes or until soft. Add tomatoes and beef stock. Bring to the boil. Pour over lamb. Cover dish tightly.
3. Place lamb in oven. Cook for 1 1/2 hours. Stir in chickpeas. Cover and return to oven. Cook for a further 25 minutes or until lamb is tender. Remove from oven. Stir through spinach. Season with salt and pepper.
Serve with plain rice, fried rice, cous cous, mashed potatoes or similar. Top with lamb shanks. Spoon over sauce. Serve.
Source: Super Food Ideas - September 2005 , Page 70 (Recipe by Kerrie Mullins, Photography by Louise Lister)
Delicious dish and so easy to make. I highly recommend this dish for anyone. The longer it cooks the easier the lamb comes off the bone. A great dish to cook for dinner parties, have it in the oven and out of the way before the guests arrive.
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Corwin26 11 month agoMMMMmmm. Another super yummy dish! The chickpeas which I am not too familiar with were fantastic and the entire table ate it down like no tomorrow. TY!
Joanala 1 year agoOyhcn.u
sarahbaker2 1 year ago
Camen 1 year agoGreat recipe, not kean on the chick peas and couldn't find the spice so used a Moroccan spice. But very nice
Artolsav 2 years agoFantastic! Made this with saffron rice in the rice cooker. Husband was thrilled!
MRMACGU 2 years agoVery nice indeed, well worth trying!
Kizl 2 years agoWe've now had this two weeks running. A great Sunday dinner.
repole 3 years agocouldnt get a hold of the spice so found a recipe on the net to make it myself, was really good, served with basmati rice which i flavoured with the oil the top of the cassarole dish, will try with mashed totties next time
Sphangman 3 years agoI used mince lamb, but followed the rest of the recipe. Very tasty and so fast to make. Will definitely be making this again.
Artolsav 3 years agoThis is great, and so easy. I didn't have Middle Eastern seasoning, so I made it up with cumin, cinnamon, coriander, thyme, and red pepper. I don't know how accurate that mix was, but it tasted great!
Nesskm 3 years agoLoved this dish! I added some red wine, Rosemary, mushrooms and balsamic.
Wanabechef37 4 years agoAbsolutely beautiful, we have made this dish 3 times perfect everytime...
michaelrl 4 years agoTaste good, try this with Uncle Ben's long grain rice or cous cous.
andreoneplace 4 years agoSounds simple. I'm going to try this tonite and add a few touchs of my own.
keepsmilyn 5 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
rainbowbrush 5 years agoI used lamb neks x 4 and masterfoods moroccan seasoning very nice with potatos tossed in chives and butter
keepsmilyn 5 years agoDelicious dish and so easy to make. I highly recommend this dish for anyone. The longer it cooks the easier the lamb comes off the bone. A great dish to cook for dinner parties, have it in the oven and out of the way before the guests arrive.
keepsmilyn 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]