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He cut them in half, but not all the way through. They were very large, so he actually made three
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Posted to Thread #29513 at 11:00 pm on Mar 27, 2017
cuts in each shank. As I said, cutting them made them easy to maneuver to fit in my Dutch Oven. Easier to serve and eat. One shank is way to much for one of us to eat. We are having our third dinner from 4 shanks tonight. Neither of us mind this...I could have made tacos or something else with the meat, but the sauce is delicious and I made a lot of mashed spuds, as well. I am making a sheet pan stuffed peppers and sweet potatoes for tomorrow night. I may use the rest of the lamb sauce in place of tomato sauce. I will make that decision tonight.
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Other messages in this thread:
- Thank you for posting this--I love good lamb shanks; a local store here. . . - mistral - 6:26pm on 03/27/17
- BTW, did your butcher split them length-wise or halve them? (nt) [NT] - mistral - 6:27pm on 03/27/17
- He cut them in half, but not all the way through. They were very large, so he actually made three - KarenNoCA - 11:00pm on 03/27/17
- Lamb shanks, pork, veal--LOVE 'em all. I was surprised at the temperature of cooking - Charley - 12:33pm on 03/28/17