Loaded lamb fries

Lamb and Mutton SA
1 serving Prep: 5 mins, Cooking: 15 mins
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Cheesy, meaty loaded sweet potato fries - this recipe great for pulled lamb leftovers and comes together in no time at all!

By Independent Contributor November 23 2021
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Ingredients (7)

handful sweet potato fries — or any frozen chips or choice
1/2 cup mozzarella cheese — grated
50-100 g pulled lamb
1 tsp mexican spice rub
1 spring onion — chopped
handful fresh coriander
handful pickled jalapeños — sliced
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Method:

Airfry the fries according to the packet instructions or for 10 minutes on 200 °C. Remove and line the airfryer basket with tinfoil.

Add all the partially cooked fries back into the lined basket and then top with half the cheese, the pulled lamb, then the spice mix and lastly the other half of th cheese.

Place back in the airfryer at 200°C  for another 10 minutes or until golden and bubbly.

Top with the spring onions, coriander and jalapenos! Enjoy all the crispy cheesy goodness.

Notes

To make pulled lamb: brown a leg of lamb on the stove and sprinkled with salt generously then added beef stock to cover the leg and popped it in a 150 °C oven for 3 and a half hours. Switch off the oven and let the leg of lamb rest in the pot, in the oven for another hour to. Once slightly cooled pull the meat from the bone with a fork.

Supported by the Red Meat Industry of SA – recipe and image by Claudine Noppe for Lamb and Mutton SA.



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