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Ok,This one is tough! ISO Lamb Shanks w/Sauerkraut
Joined: Jul 14, 2006
Posted to Thread #4071 at 11:35 am on Oct 22, 2006
There was an actual recipe, It was given out at a local Pasadena, CA boutique called "Port O'Call" back in the 1960's- It was named, I beleive, after the owners son in law-Mohr Lamb Shanks was the name- What I remember is marinating lamb shanks in red wine and garlic overnight, draining lots of sauerkraut and marinating IT in red wine, dredging the shanks, browning the shanks, covering said shanks with sauerkraut, canned, yes canned whole button mushrooms, caraway seed (very important) covering with wine marinade and braising in the oven for a couple of hours- Anyone ever heard of such a thing???? I have searched high and low and of course Mom, at 82, can't remember exactly!! (She was shocked that i remembered so much!!) I even remember that she woud serve it at small dinner parties with mixed cantaloupe and honeydew balls on the side- Very forward thinnking for the 1960's don't you think??? Anyway, I have the lamb and would love any tips you all have for me- What nationality would something like this be??? Thanks to all my fellow foodies!!
Other messages in this thread:
- 4071. Ok,This one is tough! ISO Lamb Shanks w/Sauerkraut - TammyArcadia CA - 11:35am on 10/22/06 (5)
- I don't have the actual recipe you are asking for Tammy, but here is what I would do - CathyZ from Kauai - 6:29pm on 10/22/06
- Turned out Great!! Only thing I forgot is that my sweetie hates - TammyArcadia CA - 12:27pm on 10/23/06