FALLS OFF THE BONES – Lamb Stew Recipe [酱炖羊肉]

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My family would make this for a big event. My dad makes a really delicious lamb stew. It has a thick glossy flavorful sauce. Really tender that it falls off the bone and melts in your mouth immediately. This is great on white rice or noodles.

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INGREDIENTS

– 2 pounds of lamb leg
– 2 tbsp of all-purpose flour
– some cooking oil to brown the lamb
– 5 cloves of garlic, crushed
– 5 slices of ginger
– 2 pieces of scallion knots
– 1/2 of a medium size onion, sliced
– 1 star anise [Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2rAfRcL]
– 2 pieces of bay leaves [Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2El97qH]
– 1 cinnamon stick [Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2VJccHF]
– 1/2 tbsp of Sichuan peppercorn [Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2QQzhbA]
– 3 tbsp of sugar
– 1.5 tbsp of tomato paste
– 3 tbsp of soybean paste (Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2UF6pBT)
(Soybean paste can be replaced by one of these 2 ingredients)
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Sichuan Dou ban jiang: https://amzn.to/2TNogKF
– 1.5 tbsp of soy sauce
– salt if needed
– 1.5 liter of hot water
– 2.5 cups of carrot chunks

INSTRUCTION

– Cut the lamb leg into big pieces. It is best to use skin-on lamb leg because the skin has lots of gelatin which will make the sauce extra glossy and it will also give the dish more flavor.

– Wash it to remove the bone dust and dirty impurities. Soak the lamb in clean water for at least 3 hours. This helps to weaken the strong mutton scent.

– 3 hours later, the water turned into a red color. Discard this whole batch of soaking water. Dry the meat with a paper towel. We will brown the lamb later. If the meat is not dry, you will get oil splashed on you.

– Coat the lamb with 2 tbsp of all-purpose flour. If you use skin on lamb, you don’t need to do this because the gelatin in the skin will thicken the sauce.

– Heat up your wok and add some oil. Add your lamb in. Searing also helps to lock the moisture inside the meat so it comes out tender and juicy. Once you think you brown enough surfaces, you can take the meat out.

– If you got any grease left in the wok, you can just use that. If not, add a little more oil. Keep the heat at medium-low. Throw in some crushed garlic cloves, ginger slices, scallion knots, onion slices, star anise, bay leaves, cinnamon stick, and Sichuan peppercorn. Stir until fragrant. Then push all the aromatic to the side. We are going to caramelize some sugar. Just stir on low heat until the sugar turns into a red color. Keep adding 1.5 tbsp of tomato paste, 3 tbsp of Chinese soybean paste (can be replaced with Chu Hou paste or Sichuan Dou ban jiang). Keep adding 1.5 tbsp of soy sauce. Stir to combine all the sauce together. Then mix in the aromatics. Introduce the lamb back into wok. Stir until the seasonings coat the meat.

– You can add water to it and simmer the lamb in the same wok. Make it a one-pot recipe. I like to transfer it into a dutch oven. And fill it up with hot water. Don’t forget to rinse the wok, that has lots of flavors, we don’t want to waste it. Move the ingredients around so they are under the water. Oh, one optional ingredient – a drizzle of dark soy sauce. It is for the color. Cover the lid and bring it to a boil. Turn the heat to low. Keep it at a slight simmer. Let it cook for 2-3 hours.

– After a long time cooking, all the flavor in the aromatics is transferred into the soup. Pick them out. We will thicken the broth later. It will be annoying to eat if leave the soggy veggies in there. Add some carrot chunks. And we gonna reduce the broth to half. Just turn the heat to high and let it cook without the lid. I got pretty much liquid in the pot so it takes about 25-30 minutes to evaporate, which is just enough time to cook the carrot until tender. If you don’t have that much liquid, you might need to cover the lid and make sure your carrot is nice and soft. It kind of looks like curry. Before serving, you always want to give it a taste and if you need to adjust something like salt or sugar. Whatever fits your taste.

– serve with rice or noodles. Enjoy!

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Comments

Umesh Tiwari says:

Going to try today Australia

feeni says:

I’m trying it with mutton ! I hope it turns out as great as yours!

nemo anis says:

Hi good morning I just subscribe on your channel you are looking amazing l love your videos .Can I ask you about the sauce you used in the recipes soybean what is this mean .thanks for helping

Kahlil Poet says:

Has anyone tried it yet

SHERAE says:

Made this recipe and it turned out incredible! It was the first Chinese style dish I cooked, so while it was cooking I was worried it would end up sweet due to the smell of the herbs, but it was savory and absolutely delicious. Three of my coworkers can vouch for it as well :)

OnePalProductions says:

Looks lovely. How to cut the bone?

Stacia Belcher says:

Your skin tone and that ref lip is everything! Gorgeous!

Clement Gauthier says:

Really enjoyed this. Thanks

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Susan Caballero Aloui says:

neat video! like to hear about your family (dad's recipe). as always, you make cooking look so easy and organized. 😀

Tom Altaffer says:

I just made this tonight. It was great! My whole family enjoyed it. I made it in my Instant Pot and instead of boiling it for 2-3 hrs, I cooked it for 40 minutes. I did everything else the same, even browned the meat in the instant pot. So good. Thank you.

Michael Genias says:

Fantastic recipe made it last night
Thank you

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