Lamb, Rosemary and Sweet Potato Pie

  • 20MINS
  • 1HR 30MINS
  • 340KCAL

Chunks of tender lamb in a rich tomato and rosemary sauce, topped with mashed sweet potato and a sprinkling of cheese. A hearty, warming dish that uses a lean cut of lamb and reduced-fat Cheddar to help keep the calories low. A really satisfying dish that will keep you feeling full for longer, ideal as an alternative to a traditional Sunday roast!

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‘I found the recipe easy to follow and so simple to make, l prepared it earlier in the day and popped into the oven when we got home, served it with some veg, it was very filling’

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JBTuesday 25th January 2022

Is the weight of lamb in this recipe on the bone, or deboned?

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    SharonWednesday 26th January 2022

    Hi JB, the weight stated is for deboned lamb.You can buy packs of ready diced leg of lamb in most supermarkets.Thanks for your question and hope you enjoy this recipe!

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