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    French onion lamb casserole
    (can also use beef instead both are good)

    Ingredients (serves 4)
    *500g cubed lamb
    *1 cup sliced onion
    * 2 packets of french onion soup mix
    *1 tablespoon brown sugar
    *1/2 teaspoon dried rosmary
    *1/2 teaspoon of dried mint
    *2&1/2 cups of water
    * vegies cubed of choice ( carrots beans and celery are what I use)

    If using a slow cooker
    Put it all in the cooker and cook on low for 6hours or high for 3 to 4 hours I recommend on slow the meat ends up so tender its unbeliveable

    If using a oven
    Preheat oven to 180c
    Brown onion and lamb in a pan
    Put browned lamb and onion into a deep baking dish pur remaining ingredients and vegies on top
    Cover with al foil and cook for 40 mins
    Uncover and cook for a further 20 mins

    Serves with a mash of your choice

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    Mini minted lamb cheeseburgers here

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    tonight were having corn bacon and zuchinni soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    French onion lamb casserole
    (can also use beef instead both are good)

    Ingredients (serves 4)
    *500g cubed lamb
    *1 cup sliced onion
    * 2 packets of french onion soup mix
    *1 tablespoon brown sugar
    *1/2 teaspoon dried rosmary
    *1/2 teaspoon of dried mint
    *2&1/2 cups of water
    * vegies cubed of choice ( carrots beans and celery are what I use)

    If using a slow cooker
    Put it all in the cooker and cook on low for 6hours or high for 3 to 4 hours I recommend on slow the meat ends up so tender its unbeliveable

    If using a oven
    Preheat oven to 180c
    Brown onion and lamb in a pan
    Put browned lamb and onion into a deep baking dish pur remaining ingredients and vegies on top
    Cover with al foil and cook for 40 mins
    Uncover and cook for a further 20 mins

    Serves with a mash of your choice
    Thank you soooo much!!! I am going to make it for my Mum to say thanks for all her help this morning with finishing the nursery.

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    Subbing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Leopard View Post
    Thank you soooo much!!! I am going to make it for my Mum to say thanks for all her help this morning with finishing the nursery.
    All good, hope you's like it it's a fav here



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    Roast lamb and veggies galore!!

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    Tonight is adana kebabs wuth turkish rice, salad and boiled corn on cob.

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    Shepherds pie here tonight

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    Grilled rump steak and garlic vegetables/ mashed potato

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