I loved making this old fashioned, delicious soup that fed our bodies and souls. We had visions of being transported to the Outback living in wilder, yet simplier times. I did not vary too much from this recipe except to add less water to the soup since my DH likes a thick, chunky soup. I loved the turnips, and cubed them before I noticed that I should have grated them. They were wonderful cubed and I recommend doing that. The leftovers are in the freezer and we can't wait. Thanks JanS!
Very Tasty. A lovely stew/soup that everyone in my household loved. I added a pack of Lamb Ragout flavour mix instead of the onion soup and it was very awesome.
A very satisfying winters soup! Only after we had had almost finished the pot did I remember I had forgotton to add the onion soup mix...will use it next time but it was delightful and flavoursome even with out it.
Really good and satisfying, I love these non-blended hearty soups and they make a great meal in themselves. Only small change I made was I used part of a side of lamb so just used 2 shanks plus a few of ther other small cuts that amounted to about the same amount of meat.
A real rib sticker soup/stew and we loved it. I served it with big chunky Garlic Croutons (as a change from crusty bread) and we (the DM, DS and myself) thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you Jan, made for Edition 5- Make My Recipe - a game of tag.
This soup looks AMAZING!.. Will start the stock tonight, & have this cooked for my girlfriend tomorrow night. Thanx
We loved it! Well worth the prep time for the stock. Perfect comfort food. Thank you for sharing Jan!
Great soup Jan, reminds me of the Scotch Broth my Mum used to make when I was young. A hot and hearty soup, I served with crusty rolls.