Boozy wood fired lamb hearts


  • 4 x lamb hearts
  • Butter
  • Mixed herbs, salt, pepper, mint
  • Bacon rashers
  • Garlic (thinly sliced)
  • 2 Red Onions (thinly sliced)
  • White wine
  • Fresh rosemary
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  • Start by firing up your oven to maximum temperature (550c) and allow the oven to cool to a roasting environment (approx. 200c).
  • Melt a some butter in a frying pan and fry off the garlic, onions, little Worcestershire sauce and mixed herbs. Add the lamb hearts, coat well in the butter and brown.
  • Remove from pan and wrap a rasher of bacon around each heart. Place the lamb hearts together with the left over jus in a casserole pot.  Add some white wine (can be sparkling) , stock and season with salt & pepper.  Seal the casserole pot with a good fitting lid. If you do not seal the pot you will lose the liquid while cooking and the meat will burn.
  • Place in your Amigo wood fired oven, shut the door and cook for approx 1.5 hours or until tender.
  • Why not add some wood fired sweet potatoes at the same time? Wash the potatoes, coat in olive oil and a little salt and pepper. Place in baking dish and cover well with foil. Cook alongside the lamb hearts. Delicious!
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