This delicious version of classic Irish Stew is a one-pot dish that uses a cheaper cut of lamb, which means you’ll skimp on price but not on flavor.
I fell in love with Irish Stew on a trip to Ireland a few years back. I’ll be honest, until that day, I didn’t know that Irish Stew was actually made with lamb and if I had, I probably wouldn’t have ordered it. Before that, I thought I didn’t like lamb. Turns out, I didn’t like the thought of lamb because with one taste of that stew, I never looked back. Lamb is commonly served in the UK and it’s hard to avoid, so now that I live here I’m glad I unintentionally tried it because it’s now found in my kitchen as regularly as pork or chicken and it’s one of the few red meats I absolutely love. This stew is a favorite in my house and I make it quite often in the colder months. With St. Patrick’s day around the corner, I thought now would be the perfect time to share it with all of you.