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Default Looking for recipes for Lamb & Apricot Stew with Tomato & Thyme Dumplings

I'm looking for recipes for Lamb & Apricot Stew with Tomato & Thyme
Dumplings. I had this in a restaurant in Leeds (UK), and it was very
tasty, so I'm looking for recipes so I can make it myself at home.

I've had a look around, and I've found a few lamb & apricot stew
recipes, but nothing for the dumplings. Does anyone have any recipes
for either of these? (I don't have a pressure cooker, so I can't use
recipes requiring one.)

Some of the recipes I found for the stew featured mint, but I'm sure
that the stew at the restaurant didn't have any.

Thanks in advance,

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"SteveR" > wrote in message
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> I'm looking for recipes for Lamb & Apricot Stew with Tomato & Thyme
> Dumplings. I had this in a restaurant in Leeds (UK), and it was very
> tasty, so I'm looking for recipes so I can make it myself at home.
>
> I've had a look around, and I've found a few lamb & apricot stew recipes,
> but nothing for the dumplings. Does anyone have any recipes for either of
> these? (I don't have a pressure cooker, so I can't use recipes requiring
> one.)
>
> Some of the recipes I found for the stew featured mint, but I'm sure that
> the stew at the restaurant didn't have any.


Steve I can't help you with the stew but the dumplings ought to be easy
enough. Make a usual suet dumpling recipe and add chopped sun dried tomatos
and dried thyme

Ophelia


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"SteveR" > wrote in message
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> I'm looking for recipes for Lamb & Apricot Stew with Tomato & Thyme
> Dumplings. I had this in a restaurant in Leeds (UK), and it was very
> tasty, so I'm looking for recipes so I can make it myself at home.
>
> I've had a look around, and I've found a few lamb & apricot stew
> recipes, but nothing for the dumplings. Does anyone have any recipes
> for either of these? (I don't have a pressure cooker, so I can't use
> recipes requiring one.)
>
> Some of the recipes I found for the stew featured mint, but I'm sure
> that the stew at the restaurant didn't have any.
>

Steve,
can't help but think the chef would probably have made it up, but may have
been inspired by Persian dishes. Also think Moroccan tajines, these
sometimes use lamb with apricot, and so do Kashmiris, though they all
originated in Persia.
good luck
cheers
Wazza



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Wazza wrote:

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> > Some of the recipes I found for the stew featured mint, but I'm sure
> > that the stew at the restaurant didn't have any.
> >

> Steve,
> can't help but think the chef would probably have made it up, but may have
> been inspired by Persian dishes. Also think Moroccan tajines, these
> sometimes use lamb with apricot, and so do Kashmiris, though they all
> originated in Persia.


I usually make a sort of curry sauce for leftover roast lamb and add some
chopped dried apricot to the dish. It is a great combination.

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"Dave Smith" > wrote in message
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> Wazza wrote:
>
> >
> > > Some of the recipes I found for the stew featured mint, but I'm sure
> > > that the stew at the restaurant didn't have any.
> > >

> > Steve,
> > can't help but think the chef would probably have made it up, but may

have
> > been inspired by Persian dishes. Also think Moroccan tajines, these
> > sometimes use lamb with apricot, and so do Kashmiris, though they all
> > originated in Persia.

>
> I usually make a sort of curry sauce for leftover roast lamb and add some
> chopped dried apricot to the dish. It is a great combination.


a shame you don't use the lamb in a dish with apricots to start with, even
better ;?)
cheers
Wazza



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