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WE ATE ALL THE LAMB CURRY AND I FORGOT TO TAKE PICTURES.

But the bone went into Scotch broth and I'll take pictures of it tomorrow.

And I can't wait to try out another one of the other suggestions below on our next leg of lamb.

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Here's a weekend query for you all (one that has NOTHING to do with college admissions)--I roasted my first whole bone-in leg of lamb today (complete with gravy. I love rice and gravy more than almost any food on this earth). It was delicious and now I have amazing leftovers. I can do shepherd's pie, of course, but two questions for you--

what are your favorite ways to use leftover lamb?

and does anyone have an awesome lamb-bone-soup recipe?
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Heres a weekend query for you all (one that has NOTHING to do with college admissions)--I roasted my first whole bone-in leg of lamb today (complete with gravy. I love rice and gravy more than almost any food on this earth). It was delicious and now I have amazing leftovers. I can do shepherds pie, of course, but two questions for you--

what are your favorite ways to use leftover lamb?

and does anyone have an awesome lamb-bone-soup recipe?

 

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Cook with tons of garlic, make greek Greek gyro. Yogurt with dill and cucumber, romaine, and kalamata olives.

I would use the bone to make broth and then use the meat and broth to make Lamb cassoulet (the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook has a good recipe), or Middle Eastern lamb stew.

Make garlic mashed potatoes 😍

A meat pie is never amiss.

Moroccan lamb stew

Leftover lamb? I don’t understand. That’s never happened to me!

My husband's grandmother grew up in French Colonial Algeria. Here's her recipe for chorba, lamb stew: 2 pounds lamb stew meat (or leftover lamb) 2 zucchini, shredded 2 carrots, shredded 1 small can tomato paste 1 onion, diced 1 can garbanzo beans 200g orzo (depends how much pasta you want in it) Cumin Salt and pepper to taste 10 cups water Brown meat and onions. Into the slow cooker and done. Great with Algerian kesra bread.

I made some wonderful hand pies (pasties) with lamb leftovers a few weeks ago. I loosely followed this recipe: flusterbuster.com/2017/03/simple-beef-pasties.html using diced lamb instead of ground beef and potatoes not rutabagas.

I just made a wonderful Moroccan-style dish with squash, onions, garlic, apricots, prunes, sun-dried tomatoes, chicken, and lots of spices, served over couscous. I'll bet this could be made with leftover lamb instead of chicken and it would taste heavenly. (It was heavenly as it was, but you know. 😉 )

HOW did you get on rice and gravy? That's such a south east TX/Louisiana thing! Also my favorite thing on earth. Carbs and fat. What could possibly be better?

Cornish pasties - lamb instead of beef 😀

Gyros. Also lamb-salad (add mayo, onions, celery, or mustard, honey, or anything else that complements the original spices of the roast lamb, no recipe, use your judgment, like you would for chicken salad) to diced leftover lamb.

Use the bone to make some yummy lentil soup

My mother used to make scotch broth soup. This recipe looks similar: www.canadianliving.com/food/recipe/scotch-broth

You can make curry with leftover lamb, it is so good. It is also saucy and served with rice too!

Lamb sandwiches! Warm up the lamb, put on some mint jelly. You can toast it or not. So good. An Aussie standard I also love lamb currys. Roganjosh, butter, or any Indian curry really. Served with rice of course.

Once upon a time I had an amazing curry recipe- used green apples and lamb among other things. I wish I could find it again!

I love rice and gravy too!

Lamb-burgers, fried rice / rice or quinoa bowls, lamb salad (these are my go-tos for most any leftorver protein).

Lamb stew--potatoes, carrots, onions, leeks, celery and the broth from the lamb shank bone. Two cups of H2O and a slow cooker or InstaPot.

Sound weird, but last leg of lamb we did (smoked) we took some of the leftover, chopped it up and wrapped it with seaweed and rice like sushi... Lamb Sushi.. with cream cheese and herb.. it was .. actually awesome.

Some things I do are: 1. Use the meat for pita sandwich with hummus, tahini, cucumbers and yogurt 2. On lightly oiled corn tortillas, spread feta chunks, put the meat on top sear it quickly in the broiler then top with salsa and lettuce. 3. Since you have rice and gravy I would heat the rice on high heat to crisp part of it sort of like a fried rice thing. Add the meat and top with gravy. 4. Cook the bone slowly for 4 hours with aromatics, add floated dumplings and the chunks of meat. 6. Curry with that gravy and rice. I love lamb.

Yum! I’ve never made lamb, so I’m no help! Last weekend I made rabbit pies and rabbit stew for the first time ever!

I like combining lamb and chicken bones to make broth. I prefer the combined flavor to lamb alone.

I would try a Greek vegetable soup with the leftover lamb.

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