Lamb Chop Dish

Submitted by Tracy Kyle

Lamb Chop Dish

5 from 1 vote
Serving: 4
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 7 hrs
Total Time 7 hrs 30 mins


  • 2 Medium Brown Onions
  • 1 Kg Lamb Chops
  • 3 Medium Potatoes
  • 3 Large Carrots
  • Frozen Vegetables
  • 1 box of 4 packets of Tomato Cup-O-Soup
  • I family Sized Pack of Continental Spring Vegetable Soup
  • Corn Flour


  • This is a family favourite that we have often. We simply know this dish as Lamb Chop Dish, (very creative I know). Not sure where it came from but we have been enjoying it for 20 to 30 years.
  • 1. Brown 2 brown onions, cut into slices. Put aside.
  • 2. Brown 1 kg of lamb forequarter chops. I use the small ones with the round bone in them. Set them aside.
  • 3. Peel 3 medium potatoes and 3 large carrots and cut them into bite sized chunks.
  • 4. Layer half the onions, half the chops, half the potatoes and carrots and add any frozen veg you like, (corn, beans, peas, brussels sprouts.
  • 5. Repeat with the rest of the ingredients.
  • 6. Mix together 4 packets of tomato flavoured Cup-o-Soup, 1 family sized packet of Continental Spring Vegetable Soup and 1 litre of water and pour into slow cooker.
  • 7. Cook on high 3 hours and low for 4 hours, If not thick enough, thicken with a little corn flour.
  • Great meal on a cold or wet night. Hope you enjoy it.
  • P.s. I use the small lamb chops as we like to suck the marrow out of the bones.
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15 thoughts on “Lamb Chop Dish”

  1. This was a hit in our house didnt need the cornflour and didnt brown the meat and the meat fell of the bones

  2. Felecia Baldwin

    This dish is amazing and tastes so good! My whole family loved it and it will definetly be a regular dish in our home! I added mushrooms and pumpkin and a tablespoon of garlic!

  3. This was the first thing I cooked .. or should say my Breville Flavour Maker made when it arrived. It was delicious and a win with all that ate it.

  4. I wasn’t sure about this one when I smelled it while it was cooking but it turned out fantastic. I skipped the browning with cornflour, used the same size continental tomato soup mix rather than four of the cup-a-soup mixes and added around 1 cup of water instead of 1 litre and it was amazing. Four chops, pulled apart upon cooking and some mushroom risotto fed five people.

  5. 10/10!! Made this tonight, only thing I done different was throw In a tsp of curry powder! Absolutely loved it and so did miss 10! Making again for sure.

  6. Tried this tonight for the first time. OMG it won’t be the last. Hubby licked his plate clean and there’s leftovers for lunch tomorrow

  7. 5 stars
    Really nice, reminded me of something similar my mother use to make. I also only used 1 cup of water. Will be making it again.

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