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Six Nations Stew

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Six Nations Stew – as the name suggests, this is a great dish for serving to a bunch of people watching a match on television. It’s easy to prepare – maybe even do it the day before – and is not too spicy or rich so will suit kids too. It’s actually a hybrid of two of my older recipes, but cuts down on the spices and uses lamb instead of oxtail. This will also taste great the next day, but great to do in bulk and then freeze for best-ever ready meals. Simply allow to thaw out overnight in the fridge and then heat up gently in a saucepan until simmering hot and bubbling for at least 5–10 minutes. You may have to add some water to get it going as the freezer always dries it up. It is lovely to serve with sweet potato purée. Get this recipe and more great recipes from Domini Kemp’s cookbook – Dinner

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