With a strong meat flavor, lamb stew holds up well to exotic spices. With Moroccan, Irish, and Greek variations, these easy lamb stew recipes work just as well in the crockpot as on the stove.
Enjoy a slow cooker dinner of tender lamb, tiny new potatoes, and colorful carrots all draped in a creamy dill sauce.
Spices, dried apricots, and dates meld flavors for this exotic spicy-sweet stew that cooks slowly in a crockery cooker.
Cabbage and kielbasa combine with potatoes in this brothy stew that simmers away in the slow cooker until it's time for dinner.
This one-dish recipe has options for meals to come. Make and serve now and reserve some to store and reheat. Look for dried French green lentils (Puy lentils), with packages of other lentil varieties in the dried bean section of supermarkets.
A trio of meats--lamb, Italian sausage, and ham--make this tomato and bean stew filling and satisfying.
Winter vegetables such as butternut squash, parsnips, and sweet potatoes make this lamb dish extra hearty.
This famous lamb-and-potato stew topped with a dollop of mint sour cream fortified the Irish immigrants of Boston and was adopted by New England as its own.
This easy recipe bakes in the oven, freeing you to tend to other matters. A dollop of tangy yogurt enhances the mellow flavor of the stew.
Here's a low-fat soup that combines a plain yogurt mixture to lamb and vegetables for a delicious dinner recipe.