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I want to make a slow cooked lamb recipe with a Mediterranean feel.

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SlowSigh Wed 19-Feb-20 16:18:02

Can anyone share a good recipe please. I'm thinking lamb neck fillet, but reading conflicting ideas of how to cook. Some recipes cook fast, others slow.

handbagsatdawn33 Wed 19-Feb-20 18:16:23

I always cook it slowly - it's not a prime cut.
I actually had something like this in Sardinia :-
then found this on the WWW.
The BBC food website has a lot of neck fillet recipes.

Blondie1984 Wed 19-Feb-20 18:18:04

Neck fillet is one of those cuts you either cook low and slow or high and fast - like squid.
You could do stifado but that uses shoulder I believe ....

The2Ateam Wed 19-Feb-20 18:29:56

In the Med, Lamb is mainly cooked one way - very slowly and with potatoes (preferably Cyprus potatoes) in a clay oven with lots of salt, pepper and bay leaves. Low temp for at least four hours.

Shoulder or neck fillets (on the bone) are my fave.

Served with a salad of tomatoes, rocket, Cucumber and red onions. Dressed in olive oil, salt and lemon juice.

Ricekrispie22 Wed 19-Feb-20 18:46:42

My favourite slow-cooker lamb dishes are:
And this Greek style

WitsEnding Wed 19-Feb-20 18:50:45

I love the Greek lamb with orzo on the bbc good food website - one of my staple meals for guests. sorry can't link from here, but it comes up top on their search results.

SinkGirl Wed 19-Feb-20 18:54:12

I went to a cooking class with Angela Hartnett and we made an amazing stew with lamb neck fillet. Seared in a cast iron casserole then cooked on low with tomato purée, shallots, garlic, tomato purée, Passata, white wine, stock, orange peel, herbs... it was absolutely delicious.

SinkGirl Wed 19-Feb-20 18:54:55

Oh, and served with polenta with around a tonne of Parmesan in it. Blooming lovely.

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