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This dish is so rich and meaty. The meat is tender the aroma of it baking is to die for. I accidentally - as I had been looking at lots of recipes - opened a can of tomato sauce so added a cup of that and also increased wine to one cup. Served with garlic mash and extra garlic in dish. It is good for you! I'd give this a 5.
I didn't have any balsamic vinegar so I used 3 dashes of Worcestershire sauce with a dollop of raw honey and I forgot to add the cinnamon but the dish still got rave reviews from my dinner guests. I'll definitely make this again!
I have made this a couple times now and it turned out perfect. I served it with wild rice and a green salad I used four lamb shanks and it fed my family of 6 very well they just loved it! I didn t have any red wine so I used white wine instead. I also added an additional Tbsp if flour to the gravy at the end to make it just a bit thicker. I initially didn t think the sauce was going to be good but I just trusted the recipe and poured it over the lamb shanks and baked it for a couple hours. When the meat and the sauce cook together it just produces the most delicious gravy you ve ever tasted. This recipe is a keeper for sure!
It was melt in your mouth tender. The cinnamon gives it a wonderful flavor. Very easy to follow recipe. The long bake time gave me time to make the mashed potatoes and side salad. It was well worth the wait.