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By anchovies

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  • 1 tin tomato puree

  • 1 large onion roughly chopped

  • 1 tin chopped tomato

  • 5 bay leaves

  • 4 cloves garlic finely chopped

  • 1 tbsp oregano fresh or dried

  • 1 tbsp fresh rosemary

  • 568ml lamb stock (from stock cubes)

  • 1 block feta

  • 1 shoulder or leg of lamb


  1. Put all the ingredients in the slow cooker on low/medium for the day.
  2. When ready to serve, lift out the lamb and break up into rough pieces and put into an ovenproof dish or baking tray, strain the tomatoes and onions and add a little of the liquid.
  3. Crumble over the feta and then grill until the feta is melted.
  4. Delicious served with Greek salad and baby potatoes.

Handy Hint

Feel free to use cheap lamb, when cooked slowly it will melt in the mouth, delicous.

Additional Information

  • Make Ahead

  • Slow cooker

  • tomato

  • lamb

  • cheese

  • Meat

  • Main Course

  • Gluten Free

  • Nut Free

  • Egg Free

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  • TempusFuckit 30/01/13 20:09

    Just made this with lamb chops, plus new potatoes minus the stock and it was fantastic. Will probably put a small amount of stock in next time, say 150ml.

  • MrsHerculePoirot 29/12/12 11:49

    This is delicious, we have only had our slow cooker for two weeks and have cooked this three times!

  • CookieM0nster 06/02/12 21:04

    Let me start by saying I am not a big fan of red meat, but feel I should cook more for the whole family, and this seemed like an easy 'hands off' type of meal. (I was a vegetarian for 15 years, so a little bit unconfident about cooking meat, other than chicken!) Anyway it really was a doddle to cook, the easiest meal I have ever prepared with really delicious results. My partner and 5 y/o LOVED it, myself and my 2 1/2 y/o enjoyed it, but I probably wouldn't make it again with lamb, since neither of us were too keen on the taste. Having said that I will try it with chicken since the sauce was delicious. It was lovely having the cooking smells filling the house all day too :-)

  • PictureThis 22/08/10 22:25

    Made this last night when we had friends round for dinner - everybody loved it including the two 3 year olds.

  • Podrick 12/06/09 18:41

    After I strain the toms and onions - do I add them to the lamb again? Or discard? Sorry for the dim question, I am clueless in the kitchen!!

  • 16/04/09 21:53

    Delicious and really easy to make. I am definately making this again.

  • Poledra 29/03/09 21:20

    Made this for dinner this evening, and it led to DH wondering if he could in fact eat an entire leg of lamb himself. He tried, believe me!!

  • Betsybet 29/03/09 19:44

    A triumph - absolute plate-clearer from all, adults and kids, even with ss claiming to not like the white cheese. I forgot it was a slow cooker recipe so did in the oven for about 2 1/2 and it was still great.

  • leander 26/03/09 14:26

    I made this yesterday but done as Carmenere said and bunged it all in a casserole dish and cooked for 4 1/2 hrs, it was absolutely delicious the kids didnt leave a morsel on their plates will definately be making it again.

  • Carmenere 24/03/09 23:10

    I am pretty sure that this recipe would work well if you placed all the ingredients in a covered casserole dish in the oven (instead of a slow cooker) on a low heat for as long as you can. 4 hours would probably be enough but be sure it doesn't dry out.

  • anchovies 16/02/09 16:54

    One of my favourite slow cooker recipes