If you ask me, food served on St. Patrick’s Day (corn beef and cabbage) isn’t exactly my cup of tea and I think most people would agree with me. I’m not a hater to the Irish as I am 25%, but binge drinking on stale beer and putting shamrock stickers on my face isn’t my idea of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. I’d rather enjoy a home cooked Irish Lamb Stew that is super easy to prepare.
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- Clean and slice 1 leek
- Dice 1 large onion
- Peel and slice 1 carrot
- Chop 3 medium plum tomatoes
- Combine all ingredients into slow cooker
Cut grass-fed organic lamb into cubes and sprinkle with flour
About 15 minutes before your stew is fully cooked in slow cooker, begin preparing your couscous. I used Near East brand because it’s super easy and tastes great. Follow directions on box on how to prepare.