Something Special this Motherís Day
BacoFoil, the nationís number one foil brand has teamed up with number
one cooking brand,* Belling to provide you with a perfect Motherís Day
dish, sure to bring smiles to mums across the country.
This fantastic recipe for spring lamb is cooked in a foil tent ensuring
the meat remains perfectly moist. The dish is incredibly simple to make
and easy for the family to do together, with everyone mucking in.
Whatís more, with the cost coming in at only £2.13 per portion, a family
of six can eat a Motherís Day feast for under £13.00.
Let your oven do the work and enjoy some family time together as your
meal slowly roasts... for more ideas and great family recipes, visit
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is your answer. The new range comes in a traditional cream colour, with
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Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder
365kcals, 16.5g fat, 7g sat fat, 6g sugar, 0.6g salt
400g tin chopped tomatoes
onions, peeled and coarsely chopped
carrots, peeled and roughly chopped
cloves garlic, peeled
large red chilli, split lengthways
bone-in British lamb shoulder
Salt and ground black pepper
175ml chicken stock
175ml dry white wine
double layer BacoFoil Non-Stick Roasting foil (80 x 60cm)
Preheat oven to 180įC/Gas 4.
Lay the double thickness foil over a roasting tray,
pushing the foil into the shape of the tray.
Combine the tomatoes with the onion, carrot, garlic,
thyme, bay and chilli, tip onto the foil then top with the lamb,
season with salt and pepper.
Pour the chicken stock and wine around the lamb.
Bring the foil sides together and fold together to create a seal.
Place in the oven and cook for 2 hours.
After 2 hours, fold the foil back, increase the oven
to 200įC / Gas 6 and cook for Ĺ hour to reduce sauce and brown the
Remove meat and allow to rest, tip vegetables and
juices into a saucepan, skin off the excess fat. Either serve the
sauce chunky or push through a food mill to create a thicker smooth
sauce. Serve with green vegetables and new potatoes.
Source: AC Nielson Dec 08.
Belling Source GFK June 2008 MAT Value.