Traditional South African Recipe - Potjiekos

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For a more formal dinner party affair, you might not want to go with the gimmicks, but that still doesn't mean you can't stay with the theme. Choose some classy green napkins, candles and simple white flowers to achieve a rustic yet enchanting Irish look. This will accompany your Irish lamb stew in slow cooker nicely.

Bring all ingredients to a boil in a medium saucepan; reduce heat and simmer for about an hour. Check flavor before serving and alter seasonings to taste if necessary. Top with more onion and cilantro as desired. Serve soupy with warm flour tortillas or crusty bread, or scoop up with tortilla chips.

Although some people swear by a slow cooked moroccan lamb cooker moroccan lamb, I'm not one of them. I thought it would be perfect for cooking dried beans but it took too much checking. I ended up with a cracked pot.

You can make baby purees with other vegetables too. For a change to the carrot puree wash slow cooker moroccan lamb some sweet potatoes and yellow squash. Cut them into chunks and add them to the crockpot with some frozen green beans.

Think about the lowly chutney. This mix of fruit moroccan lamb feast spices could for certain have not come from anywhere else but India. What other land would have the inventiveness and courage to blend something sweet - i.e. ripe fruit - and mix in a mixture of spices?

If you enjoy Buffalo chicken wings, then you will love a dip that comes with a similar taste. You can dip in your saltines, celery or carrot sticks and any other slice of vegetable. Forget about munching on fatty chips while watching TV; switch to this healthy alternative to a fabulous snack.