Braised Lamb Stew
Macros per serving:
• 782 Calories
• 45g of Fat
• 72g of Protein
• 13g of Carbs
Servings Prep Time
4servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
Servings Prep Time
4servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
  1. Put your dutch oven on a high flame to warm up. The dutch oven is made of a very thick material and takes longer to warm up that your regular pot or pan. Give it about 5-10 minutes before putting anything in there.
  2. While your dutch oven is heating, take your legs of lamb and rub them with olive oil, salt and pepper. When the dutch oven is hot, put the lamb legs in and let them get nice and brown on each side (flipping once).
  3. While your legs are browning, chop up your veggies very roughly. This is a chunky stew if there ever was one!
  4. When both sides of the lamb legs are brown, set them aside on a plate and throw in your veggies. Let them cook until the onions become translucent and they start to take some of the browning that was left behind by the lamb you just took off.
  5. When the veggies are tender, pour in your bone broth and wine and add the rosemary. As the mixture heats up a bit, start to gently scrape some of the browning that was left behind and incorporate it into your broth. Tasty stuff can’t go to waste!
  6. Submerge your resting lamb legs into the mixture and… you can pretty much take a break for about 4 hours! Clean your house, work out, have a snack… you want to let this lamb really simmer on a low flame for as long as you can. The longer you let it simmer, the softer it’ll be.
  7. While you’re waiting, consider making some home-made tzaziki sauce! It’s the perfect, fresh and cooling, Greek pairing to a zesty lamb stew!
  8. After about 3-4 hours, you should notice the lamb becoming very soft in your broth. Remove the meat from the broth carefully (if it’s as soft as it should be, using a fork will break it all apart. Try using a spatula or tongs at least).
  9. Place the lamb on a plate and scoop up some veggies. Pour some of that tasty broth on too! Pair it with some tzatziki sauce and dig in!