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    Ok Slow Cooking gurus - I'm doing a lamb shoulder in my slow cooker tomorrow and the recipe calls for 1.5kg with bone in, so of course DH comes home with a 2.5kg shoulder.

    The recipe is for 8hrs on low - do I need to cook for longer now that I have a kilo of extra meat?? Or does the cooking time remain the same?

    Thanks all 😀

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    8 hrs will be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    8 hrs will be fine.
    Thank you 👍

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    Finally gonna chime in instead of just reading along lol. I made lamb obsession with chicken the other day (we aren't lamb eaters in this house) and oh my god! Dp and DS ate heaps! There was plenty so I froze it and Dp took the leftovers to work. Will become a regular here!

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    Roast Lamb tonight.......

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