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Cabbage and lamb "stew"


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Panserhansen

This is so easy to make.

 

1 kg or so lamb stew meat(You can find them in the freezer at Rustan's for 400 peso/kg)

1 kg Baguio cabbage - about 90 peso a kg. More expensive than regular cabbage but the leaves are chubbier and better for this dish

Salt

Whole peppercorn

Water

 

1. Put a few of the fattiest lamb pieces in the bottom of a caserole.

2. Salt and peppercorn

3. Add a layer of chunky cabbage pieces

4. More meat

5. Salt and peppercorn

6. More cabbage

7. Salt and peppercorn

 

If you want, you can slice a couple of carrots and put inside as well.

 

Add a cup or two of water. Make sure it doesnt boil dry - if so, add another one.

Put the heater on until boiling, then turn to the lowest and let it just steam for a couple of hours until the bone and meat separates.

 

Potatoes and a dark beer should be fine with this dish. If you don't eat it all - put inside the fridge and it's even better the next day you heat it up.

 

In 20 minutes we're having this for supper! Wife loves it, but not all filipinas do.

 

Walk on,

Lars

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i love lamb. thanks

 

 

I love the animal, Michael but not its meat, too cuddly to eat.

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Alan S

If we werent meant to eat animals, they wouldnt be made of meat.

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loosehead

Where I come from that would be known as a "maori boil up".....chuck in some onions and sweet potatoes for a bit more taste

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This is so easy to make.

 

1 kg or so lamb stew meat(You can find them in the freezer at Rustan's for 400 peso/kg)

1 kg Baguio cabbage - about 90 peso a kg. More expensive than regular cabbage but the leaves are chubbier and better for this dish

Salt

Whole peppercorn

Water

 

1. Put a few of the fattiest lamb pieces in the bottom of a caserole.

2. Salt and peppercorn

3. Add a layer of chunky cabbage pieces

4. More meat

5. Salt and peppercorn

6. More cabbage

7. Salt and peppercorn

 

If you want, you can slice a couple of carrots and put inside as well.

 

Add a cup or two of water. Make sure it doesnt boil dry - if so, add another one.

Put the heater on until boiling, then turn to the lowest and let it just steam for a couple of hours until the bone and meat separates.

 

Potatoes and a dark beer should be fine with this dish. If you don't eat it all - put inside the fridge and it's even better the next day you heat it up.

 

In 20 minutes we're having this for supper! Wife loves it, but not all filipinas do.

 

Walk on,

Lars

 

In Norwegian it's called F

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