Lola-Lu’s Lamb Tagine

Lola-Lu’s Lamb Tagine with Apricots, Cherry Tomatoes and spices as eaten by I Can Has Cook?  God damn it’s hard to get stews and tagines to come out nice in a pic. Zut alors!

The ladies over at LoLa-Lu’s Kitchen blog provided me with our delicious Tuesday night supper.

Lola-Lu’s Kitchen is run by two friends Lucy and Rayne, who are not only fabulous cooks but accomplished musicians and great gals to boot.  They really are exceedingly lovely.  Their blog is about good comfort food aimed at pleasing the cook and the eaters!

Head over here for their lovely Lamb Tagine recipe – I did everything exactly as the girls said but I divided everything in half and only cooked the lamb tagine for 2 hours, instead of 2 1/2 – 3 hours.  It was deliciously sweet and super comforting.

We plopped a dollop of natural yoghurt on top and had some bulgar wheat on the side.  It were yum!

Click here for the full delicious and super easy recipe on Lola-Lu’s Kichen!


This one goes out to the Lola-Lu massive, it’s a special track that I think they’ll love.  And you’ll love it, too.

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  1. Hahah!!!! That guy is so weird, im loving all the many shades of brown. So colour cordinated. Its also quite a catchy ditty, in fact I can hear lucy singing it downstairs right now! Thanks so much for your kind words Aoife, glad you enjoyed the tagine. RayneXx

    • I know, he’s like the BEST thing on the internet EVER. Well, he’s up there with The Dramatic Chipmunk for SURE. My favourite bit is the key change at 2.05. Totally amazing.

      The Tagine was really REALLY yum, and so easy. I just bopped it all in the pot and let it look after itself. My favourite kind of cooking :)

  2. ha ha – that’s true!! Lola came up to show me and then that song was stuck in my head – he sort of breaks into a bit of Austrian yoddling for a couple of seconds. Brilliant

    Thanks for all the kinds words – I’m blushing! Glad you liked it, it was yummy.

    I’m going to listen to it again now – my hungarian honey

  3. Oh yum! I’m really enjoying finding out about all these other foody blogs, well done Eefs!
    Also, what’s this about a dramatic chipmunk? link please!

  4. Hi Lucy – I knew you guys would love that vid. In fairness, how could you not?! It’s got everything needed for internet stardom – dodgy haircut, catchy tune, unnerving smile, brown 70s jacket….It’s perfect in every way. My pleasure to cook the tagine, it was rocking, loved it.

    And my False Modesty – I’m going to have to introduce you to the Dramatic Chipmunk – one of the best internet vids of all time!