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Slow Cooked Garlic Lamb Shanks

Greek style lamb shanks cooked to tender perfection with a rich reduction, heaven served with hot crusty bread and butter. A very simple and traditional recipe - this is comfort food at its best.

Slow Cooked Garlic Lamb Shanks


Always serve with hot crusty bread and butter for soaking up the jus. Try it with a creamy Warm Potato Salad or Mash and some fresh steamed beans or sugars snap peas on the side.

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Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz are the best wines to pair with Slow Cooked Garlic Lamb Shanks.


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Posted by Emma57Report
Hi, would you be able to cook this dish in a slow cooker? And if so could you cook it for a long time for say 8 hours?
Posted by jackicamReport
My friend made this for dinner tonight and it was absolutely delicious! The garlic was to die for - so creamy and succulent! Here's a variation for you - She added 1 1/2 TBSP Caramelised Balsamic to the jus at the end of the reduction process then 1TBSP of butter was melted through for a glossy finish - YUM!
Posted by AlioopReport
forgot to ask do you think i could cook this in a flavour maker/slow cooker
Posted by AlioopReport
thanks Bzee my son and friend wants to try lambshanks not cooked in a tomato base.I cant wait to try out your recipe
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