Lamb Stew RecipesStick with the classic, comforting Irish version or try a Persian or Moroccan variation and make one of those your new favorite lamb stew.
Every Irish household has their own version of this famous dish-so here's mine. I like to add chunky pieces of parsnip for a little sweetness, and fresh rosemary gives it a distinct flavour and aroma. If you use a tougher cut of meat, you can leave it to simmer longer before adding the potatoes. Fantastic on a cold, blustery day-served with a pint of the black stuff, of course!
Ireland has so many wonderful tastes to please the palate. Of all of those great culinary delights, Irish Stew would have to be a favorite of mine. Apparently, my family agrees, because a pot full of 'Irish Stew, My Way' doesn't last long around this house. Served inside a bread bowl or with fresh dinner rolls on the side, it is a hearty and savory meal. Give it a try.
This Middle Eastern stew can make for some great comfort food. It only takes about half an hour to cook, and it's dead easy. This recipe is mostly Iranian in origin; the Iranians use okra instead of asparagus, but asparagus is much easier to find. If you can get a hold of some fresh okra, then it's easy to substitute.
Mensaf, the traditional national dish of Jordan, layers pita bread and rice with stewed lamb chunks in a goat's milk sauce. Spices, onions, garlic, and butter can also be added to season the sauce. You can choose whether to eat mensaf the traditional Jordanian way, standing up and rolling the rice into balls with your hands, or use a fork.