Monday, 26 September 2011

Cawl - it's Welsh for soup

Yummy soup
Auntie Anne has been to Wales and tasted some very yummy soup called lobscows, but it's also sometimes known as cawl.  (pronounced 'cowl')
A nice bit of brisket
Basically it's a thickened vegetable stock with pieces of meat, usually lamb or beef. You can either start with a piece of meat, such as neck of lamb, or a bit of brisket, and boil it with vegetables to make a stock; or you can make a basic veg soup and add bits of meat to it afterwards. 
Cut out the fatty bits from the meat
It's a great way to use up leftover meat and to make sure you don't waste tail-ends of vegetables in your cupboard.


  1. Mmmm Looks good =9
    I wish I could get Rob to eat more soups, he prefers thicker liquids and goes for more of a stew.

  2. Cawl would be a good place to start. It's sort of a cross between soup and stew. K loves it.

  3. It's a nice simple "stew" as my mother was cooking dinner, but added the cabbage and beans green. I did as posted and topped with Nif Easy Baking Powder Dumplings (Crock Pot or oven) because everything is better with pellets.
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