Special Diet - Created Date : 4.9.2019

This One Pot Lamb & Vegetable Soup is loaded with seasonal vegetables ...

This One Pot Lamb & Vegetable Soup is loaded with seasonal vegetables ...



This One Pot Lamb & Vegetable Soup is loaded with seasonal vegetables and grass-fed lamb. This modified version is wonderfully Whole 30 and can easily be made into Paleo and GAPS by swapping out the potatoes for celeriac root.

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We love this One Pot Lamb & Vegetable Soup that originates in Uzbekistan – to the natives known as Lagman. There are many varieties of Lagman, some calling for black cumin (which is very tough to source), other more simpler recipes just use a tomato base broth with potatoes and noodles.

The version below is adapted from my childhood’s Lagman recipe and weaved into a good helping of vegetables (think zucchini noodles). Of course, you may opt to use regular noodles, or even home-made, but I love to use soups as a way to get more vegetables into my family’s diet. It’s another way you can be intentional in the kitchen.

[Tweet “#zucchini, #peppers, #potatoes oh my! This super #nourishing #soup has it all, it even has #lamb”]

Now for the sake of full disclosure, I must admit this: I take shortcuts whenever I can. Soups for me are ideal because I can literally have dinner ready in under 40 minutes. Thanks to my constant supply of bone broth in the fridge, I can minimize my time in the kitchen.

Another trick I’ve learned over the years is to cook lamb in a slow cooker the prior day, shred it and can it so you will have cooked lamb for stir frys or soups available. Canned lamb lasts 3-6 months in the refrigerator and is great to use in quick recipes such as this. You can also omit the lamb and make this meatless. The recipe card below uses traditional method for making this soup, but I love having this little shortcut.

I just love how I can throw a bunch of vegetables together and have dinner served in less than an hour! Hey, fellow mamas – if you’re still looking for that secret – look no further. I’ve got one word for you: SOUPS!

Note: for buckwheat pasta, cook 1.5 cups according to package directions prior to adding them to the soup.

Even though this seasonal soup is full of vegetables, it still makes for a very hearty and filling meal. The lamb and potatoes (or celeriac root) are a tasty addition in this soup. Something about the whole combination of cumin, tomato sauce and all the vegetables under the sun, makes me hungry.

Note: To make this Paleo or GAPS, simply either omit potatoes or swap them out for celeriac root.

Instructions

On medium high heat, in a Dutch oven, melt cooking fat. Brown lamb on all sides. Remove and set aside.

Without cleaning the Dutch oven, add additional fat if necessary. Add onions, carrots, celery and mushrooms one at a time giving about a minute of cooking time between additions. Add tomato sauce and cook for 3 more minutes.

Add browned lamb and water and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, close pot and allow to simmer for approximately 25 minutes.

If using previously cooked lamb, add the meat and bone broth to the pot and heat enough to bring it to a gentle boil.

If using pasta, now would be a good time to cook them according to package instructions.

Add potatoes. Season with spices and check for taste. Close the lid again and bring to a boil on high heat. Cook for about 5 minutes or until potatoes are fork tender.

Take off heat and add remaining ingredients, zucchini, bell peppers and parsley. Close the lid and allow to sit for 10-15 minutes for flavors to incorporate.

Serve with rye bread or keep it gluten free. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

If using previously cooked lamb, skip step 1 and go straight to cooking the vegetables. In step 3, add the cooked lamb and bone broth to the pot instead of water and heat enough to bring it to a gentle boil.

About Anya

Anya is the founder and author behind Prepare & Nourish, a place where she shares her passion for traditional, healthy and delicious foods. She enjoys re-creating her deeply rooted Slavic recipes with nourishing ingredients all the while keeping her home and homeschooling their children. She and her husband love to share good food with good friends around their hand-crafted farmhouse table in Northern California. You can connect with Anya on Facebook, Instagram,Twitter, and Pinterest.

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Comments

I made this last night and the whole family loves it! Instead of zucchini noodles, I cubed the zucchini and it was delicious. We boiled egg noodles on the side and added them to each individual bowl. This way those of us that are gluten free can still eat the soup. Thanks for a great recipe!

Hi there, Anya,

I saw your stew at Real Food Fridays and had to come by to see more. Such a beautiful blog you have and this recipe is just looking so darn delicious!

I’d love to feature this on my upcoming Tuesday Tidbits with your permission. All credits and links back to you, of course.

Followed on FB and IG. Have a great weekend!

Such a beautiful soup! Love that overhead shot of it in the blue pot. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Savoring Saturdays linky party! Happy Holidays! Hope you’ll come back and join us again in the new year.

Both your recipes you shared on the Homestead Blog Hop look fabulous! My husband will really love the cajun fish tacos, but I love lamb even if we don’t get it very often. Thanks for sharing, I’m pinning!



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