Creamy lamb and vegetables
Creamy leftover lamb and vegetables with fresh mint, fennel, red onion, and radish.
I cooked this lamb on the weekend. For the details on how I cooked it check out this post.
- Leftover slowly roasted lamb shoulder roll
- Plain flour (this is not a low carb meal)
- Butter (because butter makes everything better)
- Sliced celery
- Sliced carrot (you know to improve your eyesight)
- Cream (see butter)
- Beef stock
- Worcestershire sauce
- Red wine (I don’t drink but I like cooking with it)
- Chopped fennel
- Chopped red onion
- Sliced radish
- Mint leaves (because it goes with lamb)
- Crushed Queensland nuts
- Crushed peanuts
- Give the Tupperware™ container holding your leftover lamb a good shake to loosen it up.
- Open the Tupperware™ container holding your leftover lamb.
- Put some Queensland nuts and salted peanuts into a ziploc bag with about a teaspoon of plain (all purpose) flour.
- Crush the nuts with your favourite nut crusher (I use a heavy weighty stainless steel coffee tamper).
- Add the flour and crushed nuts to the Tupperware™ container.
- Close the lid on the Tupperware™ container and give it a shake to coat the lamb with a little flour.
- Heat up a frypan and add a little high vapour point cooking oil like Queensland nut oil.
- Add in the sliced celery and carrot and cook until the celery and carrot has softened a little.
- Add in the flour coated lamb and move around until it starts to brown a little.
- Add in a splash of red wine and Worcestershire sauce and stir everything while the liquid begins to thicken.
- Add in the beef stock and wait for a thick gravy to form.
- Add in a little cream and a knob of butter.
- Mix everything in the frypan and then turn the heat off.
- Transfer the contents of the frypan to a dinner plate.
- Add in the chopped fennel and red onion.
- Add in the radish.
- Add in some chopped mint leaves.
- Arrange everything to look nice for a photograph.
- Eat with chopsticks.
If you celebrate Christmas, Merry Christmas. If you observe some other religious event, I hope your celebration is fun and enjoyable. If you observe nothing, have a good day tomorrow or any day this week.
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