A TRADITIONAL IRISH STEW

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LUSCIOUS LAMB - Lamb is a fantastic source of nutrients and also a meat that you can be confident has not been intensively reared because sheep won’t put up with it! It’s a fantastic source of zinc, which we need to keep our skin clear and healthy. Zinc is also vital for keeping our immune system on top of things.

INGREDIENTS:
Water, Lamb 24%, Potatoes 21%, Carrots 10%, Onion, Flour, Celery, *Lamb & Vegetable Stock, Butter, Corn Starch, Salt, Parsley, Cracked Black Pepper, Thyme, Rosemary.

*Lamb & Vegetable Stock: Concentrated Juices of Lamb Meat, Salt, Sugar, Concentrated Vegetable Juice (Water, Onion, Carrot, Leek, Celery, Garlic), Cornstarch, Sunflower Oil, Spice Oil (Nutmeg), Herb & Spice Oils (Rosemary & Thyme).

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Nutritional Information - per 100g serving
Energy 264 kj/63 kcal
Protein 3.9g
Carbohydrate 7.6g
Of which sugars 1.3g
Fat 1.7g
Of which saturates 0.5g
Sodium 0.28g
Equivalent as salt .72g
Fibre 0.7g

Irish

  • Tastes delicious
  • Made with Irish Lamb
  • No preservatives
  • Low Fat & Yummy

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Contains: Wheat (gluten), milk & celery

Why not finish off this lovely hot pot with our simple Apple Crumble – click here for recipe



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Mysterious Critic
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The meathod?

wish the meathod for this was posted, Im completely new to cooking and moved out of home for the fist time,.I had no idea flour was in stew???!! when and where is it added? any hance of step by step instructions?

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I'll ask the lads to add a

I'll ask the lads to add a stew recipe tot he recipe section!

Mysterious Critic
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Wheat intolerance.

I am a golden oldie but notice that an increasing amount of younger people nowadays are wheat intolerant. I use gram (Chickpea) flour when cooking for my daughter and it works well. Any chance you could have a think about this problem as your market would be aimed towards people like my daughter who are precluded from enjoying some of your great products. 'Bye - Kay Roycroft, Bandon

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Irish Stew

Thought the Irish Stew was dreadfully disappointing. I only got three (really) pieces of lamb in mine but tons of spuds and carrots. I have tried the Beef Stew and love it and will try the others in the range but the Irish Stew I was not impressed with at all, found it quite salty also.

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small pieces of lamb ?

Well you must have got a bad batch or something because I eat the Irish stew at least 3 times a week and so do my kids and find that it has just the right amount of lamb, well my five year old would disagree she's not a lover of meat ha-ha and about it being salty I definitely disagree with you there the irish stew and the soups are oh so perfect I wouldn't be giving them to my kids if they weren't now would I. So a big Thank you to Cully and sully we love everything about your food. J)

Mysterious Critic
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small pieces of lamb ?

Well you must have got a bad batch or something because I eat the Irish stew at least 3 times a week and so do my kids and find that it has just the right amount of lamb, well my five year old would disagree she's not a lover of meat ha-ha and about it being salty I definitely disagree with you there the irish stew and the soups are oh so perfect I wouldn't be giving them to my kids if they weren't now would I. So a big Thank you to Cully and sully we love everything about your food. J)

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Hi there- thanks for that.

Hi there- thanks for that. Really sorry that you were disappointed with it. Only 2 seconds ago I got an email from Karen in Kilkenny saying her husband loved it. The saltiness is interesting. Would be able to tell me what was the best before date of the stew you ate? I will look into it this morning. Thank you again for your feedback. Sully

Mysterious Critic
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Lamb stew

Absolutely delicious - Just one comment though as "mysterious Critic said" it definitely was too salty, but other than that - one word - delish!! Cant wait to try the beef stew! Happy cooking!!

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Rockstar- some people have

Rockstar- some people have been saying that it's too salty. We tasted it again a number of times last week and are not picking up on this. Do you think it's too salty immediately when you taste it or do you think the saltiness builds as you eat it? Thanks. :) Sully

Mysterious Critic
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Yummy

I have just enjoyed a bowl of your gorgeous stew! It's absolutely delicious!! :love: (Didn't think it was too salty at all!)

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Make Irish stew yourself

Just to let you know, This recipe is now up in the recipe section if you want to try your hand at making it at home. I don't know how to do a direct link so hopefully Shane will do that in the morning.

The only tricky bit is pouring off a little of the juice to thicken it a bit with roux. Be carefull when making the roux, not to burn it.

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Cully's Recipe for this

Learn how to make this Hot-Pot: Cully's Recipe for Irish Stew

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We received the below email

We received the below email from Joe A Penne on Saturday- THANK YOU SO MUCH :) :D :)

joe a penne sent a message using the contact form at
http://www.cullyandsully.com/contact.

was in ireland last week took back 2 pots of u irish stew to mexico with me
and the whole all town loved it , i live in cancun fresh ;clean and natural
my mother who is 89 loved it thanks again

:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :D :D :D :D :bigsmile: :bigsmile: :bigsmile: :bigsmile: ;)

Mysterious Critic
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Calorie count

I am enjoying a pot of Irish stew right now.
Because I am trying to mind myself a little better, I have had to notice the calories in everything!
Now this stew is very good and it makes me wonder how many calories are in it.
Is there somewhere I can find the calorie count?
Thanks and all the best,
Annie.
:)

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Good Stuff

Lads, I've had your stew a few times and have really enjoyed it. Not too salty for my taste at all. Well done on getting decent quality ready meals on the shelves. I wish shops would stock a bigger variety of your stuff.

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Hey Murph- thank you so

Hey Murph- thank you so much. We really appreciate that. We are ever so slowly getting there with the shops, but oh my God does it take time. We'll keep trying hard. Thank you so much for your support. Sully :)

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