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Lamb Boulangere

Lamb Boulangère Recipe. Melt in the mouth lamb cooked in a lovely rich white wine and rosemary sauce topped with golden potatoes.

Lamb Boulangere
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Lamb Boulangere Recipe

Potatoes cooked this way soak up the lovely sauce on the bottom and are nice and crispy on top. What's not to like?

Marks and Spencer once sold Lamb Boulangère in their 'Bistro' range (not sure if they still sell it) and after seeing it the other day I thought, I could make that!

It's along the lines of Lancashire Hotpot, although the wine and rosemary in the sauce will make it a little bit fancier.

Now, this is certainly not traditional in France I imagine but I say this would most certainly go down well served with Braised Red Cabbage.

Lamb Boulangère out of the oven

Actually, this recipe is great to stick in the oven on a Sunday morning,, you can pop out for a walk, and when you get back home, the house will smell amazing. Sunday lunch is ready.

Lamb Boulangère

How to make Lamb Boulangère

Ingredients of Lamb Boulangère include

Lamb, onions, carrots and potatoes all cooking slowly in chicken (or lamb) stock with white wine, Worcestershire sauce and rosemary and thyme.

I always use chicken stock rather than lamb stock; for me, I just think it makes it extra tasty.

If you're looking for a side dish rather than the full monty, you might like Pommes Boulangère or Boulangère Potatoes recipe.

Give it a go and be sure to let me know in the comments below how you got on.

Boulangere Potatoes with Lamb

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