Saucy Pulled Lamb & Slaw Sliders

Submitted by Paulene Christie

Saucy Pulled Lamb & Slaw Sliders

5 from 2 votes
Serving: 10
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours 5 minutes


  • 1 - 1.5kg lamb roast piece
  • 1 small onion fine diced
  • 1 heaped tsp of minced garlic
  • 1 heaped tsp of minced ginger
  • 1/4 cup hoisin sauce
  • 1/8 cup fish sauce
  • 1 x 400g can diced/crushed tomatoes
  • 3 tbsp sweet chilli sauce
  • 2 packed tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 tbsp cornflour + water
  • To serve: creamy slaw and fresh bread rolls


  • Place lamb into slow cooker
  • Combine all other ingredients and pour over lamb
  • Cook on Auto for 8hrs - if your slow cooker doesn't have auto go 2hrs high then 6hrs low
  • Approx 1hr before serving I was able to 'pull' the meat apart with two forks/tongs to get the shredded result
  • At this point combine the cornflour with enough water to make a paste and stir through to thicken the sauce
  • Serve with creamy crunchy slaw on fresh bread rolls and enjoy!
  • *Option* You could make this same dish with beef or chicken meat also.
  • Submitted by Paulene

17 thoughts on “Saucy Pulled Lamb & Slaw Sliders”

  1. Do you have a particular recipe you use with the coleslaw Paulene? Having a party on the weekend and I will be doing pulled lamb, beef and pork and hoping to make a yummy coleslaw that will compliment the three of them.

  2. My favorite coleslaw is the Japanese style one in a bag (or any if you can’t find it) I add thin slices of green and red apple, broken toasted walnuts (or pumpkin seeds as its quite nice with the slider version) and dried cranberries/Craisins. Add half the dressing in packet and a few table spoons of sour cream makes it not as overpowering tangy flavour but gives it nice creaminess. Hope this recipe helps anyone =)

  3. This was the first time I have done anything other than putting Mixed Herbs and roasting a lamb. It was so easy and had yummy smells going through the house for the day.
    We had it in tortillas and then baked spuds another day.
    Definitely one I would make again.

  4. I served it with cabbage in cider vinegar amd on homemade rolls. The best thing since sliced bread and will definitely make again. Will save the left over juices to make a soup or gravy. A shame to throw it away. Thank you

  5. Loved this recipe! Plenty of leftovers so will add veggies tonight and have with bread rolls. Can’t wait! Will definitely be doing this recipe again!
    For the coleslaw, we used green and purple cabbages with grated carrot, and Aldi brand coleslaw dressing. Tasty!

  6. We had this yesterday on a hot summer night! Perfect in rolls with the Coles pack of broccoslaw!! Very tasty!! Fed 6 of us and left overs for hubby to take to work

  7. I forgot to add the tin of tomatoes, and it still tasted amazing! Boyfriend said it was like something you would get in a restaurant! 5?? for me!

  8. We love this recipe…its was the bomb…full flavour….delish. with the left overs we put it on top of a baked spud and also left over over, we put them on corn chips and had our style nachos….yum..yum…yummmmy

  9. 5 stars
    Oh my gosh, this was delicious. I didn’t use ginger, as family aren’t fans.
    This was simple, the house smelt like a professional cook had moved in.
    This is definitely on my regular list

  10. Serena Tierney

    5 stars
    I did it with rump steak, I browned it with onions for more flavour (it’s actually more tasty). I topped it with tinned toms mixed with chilli con carn seasoning mix and cannellini beans. Cooked on high for 2.5 hours and delicious ?

  11. I want to make this however I won’t be around to do the two hours on high thing. Would ten hours on low still work?

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