To be completely honest I had never even heard of a Lancashire hot pot up until a few years ago when, feeling adventurous, I ordered one at a pub in northern England. And boy am I glad I did! Succulent lamb and veggies slow cooked in a rich gravy until tender and topped with golden sliced potatoes. I mean, come on! No wonder these things are the price of Lancashire!
After moving back to Texas I knew that it was something I wanted to try as soon as the weather turned cooler. I’ve made a few adjustments to the traditional hotpot with the addition of peas and some nice strong cheddar to finish it off and I think it works really well. While this recipe does require some time in the oven, the prep is pretty straight forward and does not take a lot of time so you really can set it and forget it and then treat yourself to a truly fabulous, hearty meal that your whole family is sure to love!
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