Rustic Lamb Casserole

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May 29, 2016

Classic lamb casserole packed with chunky vegetables, and a delicious sauce just perfect for dunking bread into!

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 6 hrs
  • Yields: 8


1kg diced lamb

4-6 small washed potatoes, skin left on, chunky diced

4 thin carrots, chunky cut

1.5 cups of pumpkin diced

1 cup frozen peas

2 cups liquid vegetable stock

2 tbsp tomato paste

2 tbsp Worcestire sauce

2 tbsp mint sauce

1 tbsp fresh thyme

Cracked black pepper to taste


1Combine all ingredients in slow cooker.

2I cooked mine on high for 6hrs in a 5L Breville slow cooker.

3Could also easily cook 8-10hrs on low.

4I stirred only twice during cooking so as not to break up all the vegetables.

5Serve with crusty bread chunks to dunk 🙂

Submitted by Paulene Christie


16 Reviews

Sharon Farnham

March 13, 2022

Made this yesterday for the first time (well, my partner did under my supervision). It was a definite hit. Have enough left over for tonight’s tea.

Nicole Lovell

March 11, 2021

Made this for the first time and it’s a massive hit. I added a bit more mint sauce and some extra vegetables and everyone went back for seconds


October 6, 2019

Made this tonight for dinner and it was a hit. Even my fussy son liked it.

Lisa Wallace

July 1, 2019

This was absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to make it again. I added sweet potato and didn’t add the peas until the end so they stayed really green in colour. I served it with rice and hot dinner rolls. My guests all loved it and went back for seconds. Super easy and extra delicious.


May 30, 2019

I added 1/3 cup cornflour to the stock and thickened beautifully,
Cooking as we type but smells amazing I did a double batch so maybe a 1/4 cup cornflour would do well .
And no mint jelly as I don’t have any


May 24, 2018

Yummy yummy yummy! Got the thumbs up here. I skipped the mint sauce cause I don’t like it, tossed the meat in flour but still really soupy. Mopped up the extra liquid with some bread which was delish. Next time I’ll use grated potato to thicken up, didn’t know about that trick until now.


June 2, 2017

One of my families favourite winter meals!
I like to add more meat & veg (I have a family of 6) and a can of diced tomatoes along with celery.
Thanks for another great recipe Paulene ☺️


May 22, 2017

It was delicious! I dusted the meat with flour like others said. It worked well. Thanks

Ashley Cameron

July 24, 2016

Perfect for when I can’t be bothered cooking which is u ssually Sundays . Had everything in it so I can relax. Beautiful


July 23, 2016

Very easy to prepare, I used the mint sauce even though we don’t like it, but thought I’d give it a go anyway. Next time……no mint sauce hahaha and there was a bit too much liquid, but still it was nice. We still ate the lot though, thank you for the recipe!

Rachael Morrison

July 22, 2016

Nice easy recipe! Very simple but very tasty! Will make again 🙂

x gill verrecciha

June 24, 2016

hubby gave it 11 out of 10 ….. he said best hes ever tasted …i added french onion soup packed …..thank you thank yo xxx


June 21, 2016

I loved this recipe. it was easy and tasted great. Didn’t need to add anything else. I used salt reduced stock and mixed all the extra sauces in the second cup of stock before adding to cooker. I liked the amount of liquid, but that’s because I like it being more soupy!

Robyn Quinn

June 19, 2016

Far too much liquid in this recipe, next tome I will dust the chops with flour and halve the stock, otherwise ok

Robyn Quinn

June 19, 2016

Far too much liquid in this recipe, I’d have the stock if making again, or dust the chops in flour prior to cooking

Creena Ryan

June 5, 2016

Great recipe and so easy to prepare and tasted great too! Thank you to the creator

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