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an easy version of a time consuming classic. It's very basic too. My own version of this has a leg of lamb and uses oregano lemon and feta cheese as well as the ingredients you listed. I was taught using the "handful" measuring method so I'm not sure about quantities. Still this takes about 1/10 the time and is very tasty:). Thank you for sharing! I'll be making this again for sure. Definitely try adding feta if you're looking for suggestions. It does wonders for this recipe.
This was really excellent--simple, quick, and filling. I made exactly as described, but without celery. It turned out perfectly. One note: It may be difficult to find "stewed" tomatoes at your grocery store (it was at mine), so a can of chopped or peeled tomatoes should be a fine substitution.
Very easy and very good...so good my 5 year old even loved it. I pretty much made it as is but used Franks Red Hot sauce in place of the cayenne. I also used whole tomatoes instead of stewed...will probably use diced tomatoes next time. I did try it with the feta which was very good too. Thanks for the recipe!
Quick easy easily found ingredients and most importantly - YUM! My husband had thirds! You might need to add an additional 1/2-2/3 c. water and cook a bit longer though. I added some kalamata olives a few Tbsp of olive juice and pepper as well. Will definitely make again...
Oh my goodness! This is entirely too easy to be this tasty. Excellent flavor (I am a savory kinda gal) and super quick and easy to make. I sometimes saute a chopped onion with the celery before browning the meat. Add a salad and voila the perfect dinner. I am not a big fan of lamb so this recipe was a surprise. Also a tip for those of you feeding those with sensitive palates cut back on the cayenne pepper and allow the fire-eaters to add it separately.
We did like it. I added some oregano, parsley, cayenne and onion but, I think I could have gone the other way with cumin or cinnamon and nutmeg even. It is very versatile with seasoning options but, it does need more seasoning and herbs. I also seasoned the meat while cooking as well with salt & pepper. I served it with a lemon slice to brighten and feta.
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