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Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Posted by on Oct 16, 2020 in 'Ome Made Products, Recipes, Trends
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One of our favourite meals in the ‘Ome Made household is slow roasted lamb Moroccan style. Lamb shoulder coated with a warming, earthy Moroccan rub. Keep It Local! We are lucky in Sheffield that we have so many places to buy superb locally reared lamb. Two of our favourites are Firs Farm and Whirlow Hall …

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Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Posted by on Oct 16, 2020 in Recipes
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Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style Slow roasted lamb Moroccan style is such an easy recipe. You can even prepare it the day before so that you can just put it in the oven the following day. Cooked Low & Slow it means you can get on with other things during the day. For more details …

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Spicy Crispy Lamb Breast

Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Recipes, Trends
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    This was an absolute winner! I’m quite a fan of lamb breast, a very underused and under rated cut of meat. I think a lot of people are put off by the appearance (there appears to be very little meat) and they don’t know how to cook it. I normally roll it with …

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Tandoori Chicken… Or Three?

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 in Recipes
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Chicken Tandoori seems to be quite popular in our house at the moment. It makes a nice Sunday roast!   We use a whole chicken… well actually three! The leftovers of course go into the Kids school pack-up and they make a rather nice curry (Chicken Tikka Massala Madras hot is a favourite!)   Of …

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Sweet Potato & Red Chili Soup

Posted by on Jan 24, 2014 in Recipes, Talking Borax
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  Soup… We absolutely love it in our house. Not the tinned variety of course. It has to be ‘Ome-made! And it’s so easy to make. You take your favourite ingredients sweat them off in some butter add some stock, cook for a bit and then blitz. Not leek and potato soup though, that can’t …

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Peter Piper Picked A Padron Pepper…

Posted by on Sep 1, 2013 in Recipes, Talking Borax, Trends
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And it nearly blew his head off! Well maybe not. Allegedly one in every thirty, or twenty % padron peppers is a hot one. So eating them is a bit like playing Russian Roulette… but with peppers. For those that don’t know Padron Peppers are little chilli peppers that grow in the northwest of Spain in an …

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