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Lambs Heart Casserole

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 5 hours


Serves 4

Easy to make warm winter casserole.

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  • 4 Lambs hearts
  • 2 Large onions sliced
  • 1.5 Teaspoons Mixed Herbs
  • 250g Frozen Casserole Mix
  • 500G Potatoes quartered
  • 1 litre Vegetable stock


  1. Remove any fat from the lambs hearts and cut into mouth sized pieces. and place in a pan with the onions. Brown the hearts and then add the mixed herbs and cook for 2 minutes. Place in a slow cooker.

  2. Place the frozen casserole mix in a pan with the potatoes and pour over the stock and bring to a simmer. Pour the mixture over the hearts in the slow cooker.

  3. Cook for approximately 5 to 8 hours

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7th Feb, 2017
Lambs hearts seem to be much feared but trim off any tubes, cut into vertical quarters, rinse well, season, and they cook up tasting of the nicest lamb chops. Fat, remove or leave it on as you usually prefer. I see recipes for stewing them for hours, but they don't really soften as they're not made from the same type of muscle as those found elsewhere. Try fried/grilled gently with salt and pepper until any pink has gone, casserole, or find a szechuan mix and cook slowly. Get over your squeamishness and you'll be amazed :)
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