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Slow-Cooker Turkish Lamb & Vegetable Stew

October 1998, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Layers of fresh Mediterranean vegetables, seasoned with an abundance of bay, garlic and oregano, meld with tender lamb into a luscious harvest-time supper. Serve the stew with rice or warm whole-wheat pita.



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"I was skeptical about those 6 bay leaves, but wowie! What a great and easy dish! A real keeper - I bought lamb to freeze just so I can make it whenever. "
Slow-Cooker Turkish Lamb & Vegetable Stew

7 Reviews for Slow-Cooker Turkish Lamb & Vegetable Stew

04/04/2010

easy to make and mmmmm delicious!! I served this to my boyfriend and his parents and it was a hit. This was surprising considering my boyfriend doesn't like lamb. It was that good!

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02/18/2010
Anonymous

Mmmmm. I made this dish last night. It was very tasty and satisfying. There were lots of different veggies in it. I will say it was a little bit more work than your average slow cooker recipe being that you had to brown the lamb and saute the onions but it was worth it. It was perfect for a cold day. I'm excited to try it as a leftover!

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