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How To Make A Neck Of Lamb Stew.Neck Of Lamb On The Bone.These cheaper old fashioned cuts are making a come back,We were all raised on them back in the day,and to my mind cooked properly,they are delicious,and cant be beaten.So try this old Rea family recipe,4 ingredients cooked simply,and the resulting dish is beautiful.A great,winter warming,rich and unctuous stew.
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Te Koha says:

Me mum used to make this all the time, I've not had this in over 15 years, never known how to make it properly until now, #LowAndSlow thanks a lot my guy, you're a winner

P.s just got done making it, and bro it was a huge hit with the family, after about 3 hours in the oven, I pulled it out, as I grabbed the first chop all the meat fell off, honestly thanks a lot my guy, I'll never forget now

Colleen C says:

What is that first vegetable…he called it a sweed?

Popz Leauanae says:

Old school is the best!

Joe Sinister says:

Pacific islanders have this as well as a top 10 dish.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿฝ

Lisa Eveleigh says:

Thanks so much Iโ€™ve been looking everywhere for a yummy recipe for lamb necks that I have, I will most certainly be giving this recipe a try,Iโ€™m going to put these in my slow cooker, so hopefully they are as tasty as yours

collin huey says:

great dish . ny dad is a peasant and he used to go the garbage bins and to collect veggies. I will trust you and use this wonderful recipe

oldonetwoable says:

My favourite as a child and as an adult, great home cooking

Buddy Bell says:

i got some neck and breast today. ill make some dumplings too. cant wait.

Piotr Motyka says:

l wish you had more new videos Scott as l absolutely enjoy your work.

Wood Splitter says:

Of all the cooking ahows, I have never heard anyone aay they shared the cut of meat with their mom. That makes this dish even better.

Joss Fitzsimons says:

Can I add a tip from my mothers Irish stew…before you leave the pot to meld overnight carefully add a layer of peeled full potatoes so that they jut sink a little into the liquid and bring back to a short simmer. Next day reheat until potatoes are soft enough and then serve. The lamb flavoured potatoes are great.

Derek says:

made this. very good.

James Galbally says:

Where's the dumplings?

James Galbally says:

Looks lovely but a stew is cooked on the hob. In the oven it's a casserol.

gingersnap george says:

Beautiful recipe and video is well done. Thanks!

Kim says:

what if you left out the gravy granules? Shouldn't it hold up on its own?

LiarNoseOnFire says:

Excellent recipe Scott BUT,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,White Bread,,? White bread,,? And no Rosemary ???

NZ Native 661 says:

No garlic no basil how boring

Azara Moon says:

What about diced potatoes in there ?

Steve P says:

My boys love Lamb, "She (who must be obeyed)" not so much. I'm feeling a pot of Lamb stew AND a pot of beef coming on some Sunday afternoon this November. Keep these creative videos coming!

Graham Wright says:

Hi Scot just wanted to say fantastic videos Mr.

Kurt Wolf says:

Amazing, I usually roast my venison neck, this year Iโ€™ll try this recipe. And maybe pick up some lamb :)

Bernadette Farrell says:

Lamb neck is amazing, I make this stew but I use a lamb stock cube instead of gravy granules and use a few tablespoons of pearl barley, that thickens it. Thatโ€™s the way my Irish grandmother made it so itโ€™s probably an Irish stew. If you can go the extra mile an put some dumplings in 20 mins before the end with the lid on you will be in stew heaven. Makes you want the winter to come early. Watch out for lamb bones as Scott said, plus there are some tiny ones in there. If I make it for myself Iโ€™m just careful and leave them in,but if I make it for family I take ages taking the meat off the bone and scoping out all bones. You can also cut the veg finer and add more water and the barley and you have a lamb and barley broth. Scott you are so lucky buying the whole neck. I buy the round neck and fillet and mix it because I canโ€™t get the whole neck from my butcher, plus Iโ€™d probably saw my hand off ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™€

Hang loose 1993 says:

Lamb neck $9.50 a kilogram in Sydney today very cheap..nice for winter

MrSunlander says:

ye got me, bah gohm!

LucyLou Drinkwater says:

he pats that neck, the slap of a hand against willing flesh… you are the sexiest randiest inspired cook alive

Steve Kimble S. says:

Dude, when you stuck out that spoon full of neck meat and soup on a spoon I literally opened my mouth.

creyuss says:

That was awesome.

denizkoyun says:

Nice food๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ

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