. Scotch Broth with lamb… This is really great no waste cooking. Season lamb shank with salt and pepper. Leftover Lamb Broth Treat this as a guideline, rather than a set in stone recipe, and use whatever you have on hand. Traditionally, Scotch Broth is made with neck of mutton. It works well with lamb steaks, too. Angela Hartnett's scotch broth recipe | Food | The Guardian Scotch Broth (Lamb Soup) This is a hearty, satisfying, healthy and delicious soup. While this is a very good soup it's not Scotch Broth. Reserve. After finishing my degree from the University of Toronto in Studio Art and English I moved to Boston to complete my MA in the Gastronomy program at Boston University and a culinary diploma from The Cambridge Culinary School of Arts. Ingredients: 1-lb. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 40 minutes. We use lamb in this recipe, and after searing it nicely and adding fresh herbs and broth, it is simmered slowly resulting in a deep, rich, flavorful broth. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Heat oil in a Dutch oven over high heat until lightly smoking. Cook, stirring, for 5 mins or until leek softens. Or you can try your hand at a traditional Scotch broth with winter vegetables, a classic Scottish dish. The site for people who eat like a pig and drink like a fish. But there's no need to waste a scrap of a luxury like lamb we've put together our 10 best recipes, plus some handy tips and tricks, to help you show your leftovers some love. I then returned the lamb shanks along with some chicken stock, bay leaves and fresh thyme sprigs and simmered over low heat for 3 hours. 2 small onions, one halved, skin on, the other thinly sliced. Season lamb shank with salt and pepper. Add the lamb shanks and cook, turning occasionally, for 8 mins or until brown all over.