Indulge in a tantalizing dish of slow-cooked Lamb Necks in a heavenly Minty Sauce, enhanced with the richness of fresh rosemary, red wine, and Worcestershire sauce. Savor the deep umami flavors that will leave your taste buds singing in delight. The dish is beautifully garnished with fresh mint and lemon zest- not only does it look appetizing, it’s also a powerhouse of nutrition. Get ready for an unforgettably refreshing meal that’s simply delicious!


Looking for a scrumptious meal that will leave your taste buds dancing and your family’s bellies full? Consider slow-cooked lamb necks in the mint sauce! Not only does this one-pot wonder pack a flavor punch, but it also takes the stress out of cooking. No need to constantly check on it – just set it and forget it.

Perfect for busy folks who want to enjoy a delectable meal without sacrificing precious time. And once it’s simmering away, you’ll have just enough time to catch up on your favorite show or knock out some chores. So why not give slow-cooked lamb necks in the mint sauce a try and treat yourself to a delicious, hassle-free meal?


  • 2 whole Lamb’s necks
  • 1/4 cup avocado oil high-heat olive oil
  • 2 Medium onions diced
  • 6 garlic cloves crushed and roughly chopped
  • 1 cup red wine
  • 4 cups chicken stock
  • 2 tablespoons Wostershine sauce
  • 3 tablespoons cornstarch
  • 1.5 cups fresh mint, chopped
  • 1 spring fresh rosemary
  • Salt and black pepper to taste
  • Fresh lemon zest for serving


  • Preheat your oven to 350’F.
  • To prepare the perfect juicy and tender necks, start by carefully removing them from the package. Give them a quick rinse and pamper them dry with a gentle paper towel. Next, put your chef hat on and grab a heavy bottom pot to heat up some oil. Once hot, toss in the necks and let them sizzle and brown to perfection. Take them out of the pot and set them aside to cool, letting the savory aromas fill your kitchen.

  • As you’re cooking up a storm, don’t forget to add some onion and garlic to your pot! When the onion is perfectly soft, wait until it starts browning before pouring a cup of red wine. Let it simmer down until it’s almost all gone before adding in the secret ingredient: Worcestershire sauce. To bring out even more flavor, pour in some chicken stock and let everything come to a gentle boil.

  • Become a sauce master! To thicken your sauce, whisk up some cornstarch with water and gradually pour it into your pot. Remember to stir continuously and not overdo it – a little cornstarch goes a long way! Aim for a light and silky gravy texture that’ll take your dish from ordinary to extraordinary. Trust me, this small hack will elevate your cooking game to new heights.

  • To achieve an incredibly savory and succulent dish, take a moment to perfect your sauce before adding the finishing touches. Once you’ve achieved the desired consistency, sprinkle in fragrant mint and rosemary, seasoning generously. Then, tenderly nestle the necks back into your pot and cover them snugly with a lid, cook in the oven for two hours. After a couple of hours, unveil your creation and let it bask in the oven’s warmth for an additional hour, until the meat has a tender and juicy center with a stunning browned exterior.

  • This unique cut of meat can be served with a delicious side of creamy mashed potatoes and savory roasted carrots. Sprinkle some fresh mint and lemon zest on top for an impressive and fresh twist. Trust me, your taste buds will thank you for this one-of-a-kind meal. So go ahead and dig in – I hope you savor every last bite of these mighty, minty lamb necks!Love,


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