Lazy lamb chops, slowcookers delight
Posted February 28, 2013on:
I say ‘lazy lamb chops’ because you can leave this particular meal for 6-7 hours – it’s perfect for those who are under confident cookers, workers and uni students.
And let’s face it, lamb can be annoying to get right.
Lets start with your ingredients:
6 lamb loin chops
5 table spoons tomato sauce
Pinch salt and pepper.
5 cups of water.
So what I do (you can do this in the morning before you leave the house) is peal a few potatoes ( how ever many you would like) cut them into cubes, set aside.
Cut up some carrots, place in potato bowl.
Cut 1 onion up into 8ths (that means half the onion then cut the halfs into quarters) separate the layers. Place in bowl.
Grab your lamb loin chops, frozen or fresh it doesn’t matter because it will cook either way. Place them in your slow cooker with the tomato sauce, salt, pepper and water, mix it around.
Add your veggies, (you can add pumpkin if you would like) and turn onto medium heat.
You can leave this for the rest of the day, stir when you get home and serve when you would like. The lamb should fall off the bone and the fat should also separate with ease.
Today I just placed the lamb in, which you can do as well. You just don’t add the veg. I lay mine out on a small bed of lettuce and cooked some other veg.
You can also make a soup out of the left over broth. Be sure to pick out any left over bone beforehand.