chateau plaisance

making great wine in saint emilion since 1886


Cut carrots diagonally into 3/4" chunks.
Peel and cut potatoes and turnips into 1 1/2" chunks.
Remove any fat from the lamb.

• In 5 quart. Dutch oven over a med-high heat, cook the lamb in a small amount of hot oil, sprinkled with salt, until lamb is browned on all sides.
• With a slotted spoon, remove lamb to bowl.

• Cook the celery and onion in the remaining juices until lightly browned. Return lamb to Dutch oven; stir in the can of stewed tomatoes, beef broth, and 1 cup water.
• Over a high heat, bring to the boil.

• Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 25 minutes.

• After the lamb has cooked 25 min., add the potatoes, carrots, turnips, soy sauce, sugar and Gravy Powder; over high heat, heat until boiling. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 20 min or until meat and vegetables are tender.

• In cup mix the flour and 2 tbs. water until mixed. Stir the flour mixture into meat and vegetables; cook over med-high heat until mixture boils and thickens. Stir in the peas; heat through. Sprinkle with lemon peel and chopped parsley to serve.


Lamb Stew

A traditional hot stew to fill you up on those cold winter evenings, all topped oof with a glass of Haut Meynard or our Saint Emilion Grand Cru.

2 large Celery stalks, chopped.
1 large Onion, chopped.
3 Medium Carrots.
3 large Potatoes.
3 Medium Turnips.
1 lb Lean lamb for stew, cut into 1" cubes.
1 tablespoon of Veg. oil.
1 tablespoon of Soy sauce.
1 teaspoon of Sugar.
  teaspoon of Salt.
  teaspoon of Gravy Powder.
2 tablespoons of All Purpose flour.
2 tablespoons of grated Lemon peel.
1 tablespoon of chopped Parsley.
1 can Stewed tomatoes.
1 can Beef broth.
1 packet of Frozen Peas(10 oz.).


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