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Traditional Irish Stew With Parsley Dumplings
Toss the pieces of lamb in the 1 seasoned flour, then put them into a saucepan together with the sliced onion, potatoes and pearl barley.
Sprinkle on the mixed herbs and another good seasoning of salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Pour on the boiling water... - 42.1903
Traditional Irish Stew
Place lamb in 3-quart microproof casserole.
Stir gravy mix into water.
Pour over lamb.
Cover with casserole lid and cook on 70, 50 minutes, stirring once during cooking time.
Stir in vegetables until well coated with gravy.
Cover and cook on 50, 40 to 50... - 29.4022
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