Dr Jill's Lamb Stew From Triple M Bar Ranch. First off I’d like to feature the folks at Triple M Bar Ranch, David & Mary (a.k.a “the lamb lady”) These lovely people were our first stop this weekend to pick of some fresh lamb pieces for stew. My husband is the happy recipient of my cooking endeavors and swears that lamb makes the very BEST stew ever (see my recipe below)
Here’s some great info from Mary, “the lamb lady”
“Triple M Bar Ranch lamb meat is all natural, which means we do not use growth hormones or antibiotics. Our meat is lean and a good source of protein, vitamin B12, niacin, zinc, selenium, in addition to iron and riboflavin. Our meat has a unique, mild flavor due to the feed used to grow our lambs. They begin on grass pastures then go to melon and vegetable pastures, including cantaloupes, watermelons, tomatoes, chilies, peppers, onions, okra, and eggplant. The lambs also graze on crop stubble during winter months. The lambs are processed when they are less than 1-year old at a USDA-inspected facility in southern Colorado.“
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Dr Jill's Lamb Stew
- 2 Lbs Lamb Stew meat
- 1 Pinch Rosemary
- 1 Pinch Basil
- 1 Pinch Oregano
- 1 Cup Onions Chopped into bite-size pieces
- 2 Lbs Red Potatoes Cut up into quarters
- 1 Cup Carrots Rainbow carrots from market, cut into bite-size pieces
- 1 Cup Parsley Chopped
- 2 Tbsp Garlic Dried
- 1 Pinch Sea Salt To taste
- 2 Cups Water
- Place thawed lamb in bottom of crock pot, sprinkle fresh herbs (especially rosemary) directly onto lamb meat pieces and layer potatoes, carrots and fresh herbs. Finally pour water on top of mixture and salt well. Turn on HIGH heat setting for 1 hour and then LOW for 8-9 hours.
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