How to Cook Tasty Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse

Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse. Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse I first cooked this typical liverpudlian dish a few years ago. I cooked it in my biggest pot and at the end of the cooking I had to split it in two pans and was struggling to keep it from sticking to the bottom. My friend pat (RIP) lent me a slow cooker and I was a convert ever since..

Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse I cooked it in my biggest pot and at the end of the cooking I had to split it in two pans and was struggling to keep it from sticking to the bottom. My friend pat (RIP) lent me a slow cooker and I was a convert ever since. <p>Coming from European Descent, I am likely to add some garlic, and my preference is a thicker stew.oh yummy. Cut the meat into large cubes and fry in the vegatable oil until browned all over. </p> <p>I'm going to give it a try sometime soon.maybe when I have one of my English friends over so they can wax poetic about their native land. You can cook Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse using 11 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse

  1. You need 1 of onion, chopped.
  2. It’s 400 grams of diced stewing beef.
  3. You need 300 grams of diced lamb.
  4. You need dash of olive oil.
  5. You need 1 of freshly ground black pepper (I used bristol five blend).
  6. You need 2 of carrots diced.
  7. Prepare 2 of parsnips chopped.
  8. It’s 900 grams of potatoes, half finely cubed and the rest roughly chopped.
  9. You need 2 of beef stock cubes.
  10. It’s 750 ml of water.
  11. You need 2 dash of worcestershire sauce.

My husband's family come from Liverpool and this recipe is an amalgamation of the Scouse recipes belonging to his Nana, his mum, and his dad. Since I've been using the slow cooker, it has achieved the ultimate accolade; it's as good as Nana's. It is traditionally made with the 'scrag end' but I tend to go for lean stir-fry lamb instead. It is important to use King Edwards if you can find them.

Slow Cooker Pat's Scouse instructions

  1. Soften the onion in a bit of oil. Transfer onion to slow cooker – crockpot.
  2. Brown the lamb and the beef in the oil from cooking onions. Add freshly ground black pepper and a dash of worcestershire sauce. Cook till sealed. Transfer to the Slow cooker – crockpot.
  3. Sautee carrots and parsnip in leftover fat. Transfer to slow cooker..
  4. Cube part of the potatoes very finely and add to the Slow cooker – crockpot.
  5. Sprinkle with beef stock cube and add enough water to nearly cover potatoes. Cover and cook on low for 2-3 hours.
  6. Chop rest of potatoes in bigger chunks and add to slow cooker – crockpot. Cook for another 2-3 hours..
  7. You can taste and add a bit more seasoning to your taste and maybe a further dash of worcestershire sauce..
  8. The typical scouse used to be accompanied by red cabbage and pickled beetroot. I suggest any sort of pickles you like will go fabulous. I am planning to have a taste of my first batch of the green beans I pickled back in September..

Place all ingredients except potatoes and salt in slow cooker with enough water to just cover ingredients. Boil the potatoes, drain and add to the scouse, mixing well. Paul O'Grady of Lily Savage fame. I know there is a recipe for Scouse here, and its been very popular, this version is from one of the UK's most famous and well loved Scouse! A few weeks back, Paul O’Grady celebrated Scouse day by giving Hollywood megastar Lauren Bacall her first ever taste of his hometown's traditional meal, Scouse.

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