Cooked until fall-apart tender and braised slowly, this lamb shank dinner is full of flavour!
Serves 1 550g
Serve up mouth-watering lamb shank with vegetable sauce and creamy mash for dinner this week!
It is hard for anyone to resist our Lamb Shank and Vegetable sauce. They're one of our most popular dishes! A prime Aussie lamb shank is gently cooked until it is fall-apart tender and braised slowly with our chef's own special vegetable sauce and beef stock. The end result is full of flavour. The rich and robust sauce is slow cooked with vegetables and seasoned with fresh rosemary, bay leaves, thyme and mixed herbs. The lamb shank is served with creamy mash. Plenty enough for a great meal for one, but you can always add your own carrots, beans, or other vegetables to add a little bit extra if you wish.
Lamb: Australian Lamb shank, premium vegetable sauce, Carrots, Onion, Celery, Tomato puree, Red wine, Tomato paste, Garlic, Vegetable oil, Sugar, Rosemary, Salt, Mixed herbs, Thyme, White pepper, Bay leaves, premium beef stock.
Mash: Potato, milk, cream, butter, salt, pepper, nutmeg.
Allergen Notice: This dish contains Milk, Cream & Butter. May contain traces of nuts, seeds or eggs. TESTED GLUTEN-FREE
These Lamb Shanks can be reheated in the microwave from frozen. However, when we eat these we find that for absolutely best results - ie to keep them at their most tender - it's best to gradually defrost them in the fridge overnight, and then quickly heat them up in the microwave once they've defrosted.
Open lid, and place container on a plate to heat in microwave.
From Thawed: Heat for 3 minutes on high, stir, then heat for another 2 minutes, or until contents are hot. Let stand for 2 minutes before serving.
As the heating capacity of individual microwave ovens varies so much, heating temperatures and times are a guide only.
This dish contains dairy. It also may contain traces of nuts, seeds, gluten, eggs and dairy (as it it cooked in a kitchen where other meals are being prepared).
Individual ingredients - such as coconut cream/milk, tomato paste, spice mixes, sauces (fish, tabasco, etc) - may also contain their own preservatives/additives, although in very small amounts in proportion to the cooked dish.