Slow Cooker Lamb Shanks

    Great ideas for cooking lamb shanks in the slow cooker. The long cooking time makes the meat tender and ready to fall off the bone.

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    Global Cuisine

    47 reviews

    The preparation is incredibly simple. All vegetable ingredients are cut into medium sized pieces, not diced. Serve with steamed potatoes or mashed potatoes and green vegetables of your choice. Absolutely scrumptious!! Enjoy!!!

    Recipe by: MaEarth2008

    32 reviews

    This lamb shank recipe was initially given to me as a family favourite from a workmate. I've prepared it in a slow cooker and made it as easy as possible to prepare. It has a fantastic flavour and the meat just falls off the bone. I have made this in the oven as well and it tasted just as good.

    Recipe by: Hans Speck

    8 reviews

    This is a firm favourite in our family, and so easy. Cooked in the slow cooker with red wine, veggies and herbs.

    Recipe by: MissusWarren

    6 reviews

    GREAT meal to put on before work-plus left over sauce can be used next night over pasta!! These also can be done in oven-3 hours 0n 180 degrees then 1 hour on low.

    Recipe by: mekel77

    29 reviews

    For those who love fall-from-the-bone lamb, this recipe fits the bill. If you can’t find Burgundy wine, Pinot Noir is a substitute.

    Recipe by: F.W. Creutz

    4 reviews

    An easy and tasty dish to serve to anyone, guests or your family. Freezes well. My guests always think I have spent hours cooking.

    Recipe by: kathyb

    21 reviews

    Yes there's a lot of garlic in these amazing-tasting lamb shanks but sometimes I use even more! Also, depending on who is eating, I sometimes add chilli paste to the marinade as well.

    Recipe by: malzu

    No reviews

    Prepare garlic sauce first and refrigerate until needed. Scatter some fresh oregano or favourite fresh herb to garnish. Great dish if you love garlic.

    Recipe by: Katch22

    1 review

    The trick to this recipe is the slow cooking, allowing all of the flavours to combine, simmer and reduce creating an unbelievable tasting sauce at the end.

    Recipe by: SpicyChick

    No reviews

    This delicious meal melts off the bone, literally, and is always better the next day, hence the "cook the day before" trick.

    Recipe by: rubyrise

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