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Creamy Lamb & Sundried Tomato Pasta



4 portion(s)


  • 450 grams cooked lamb, (I use leftover Roast Lamb!) - sliced into 1cm strips
  • 150 grams Sundried or Semi-Dried Tomatoes
  • 0.5 litres boiling water to cover tomatoes
  • 2 pieces spring onions
  • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon Thyme (dried), Or 1T fresh thyme
  • 1 cans Light Evaporated Milk (375mL)


  • 240 g Dried Pasta, I use Trivelle, but Fettucine is fabulous

Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Cook pasta using preferred method.
  2. Sauce
  3. 1. In a separate bowl, place boiling water over tomatoes for 5 mins. Drain.

    2. Place Spring Onions in TMX. Speed 6, 3 secs.

    3. Add drained tomatoes to TMX. Turbo twice to break up tomatoes slightly. You want some left whole. Scrape down sides.

    4. Add Dijon Mustard and Thyme to bowl. Speed soft, 100C, 1min. Scrape down sides. Speed soft, 100C, 1min.

    5. Pour tin of Evaporated Milk into the bowl and heat until just bubbling - Speed 2, 2mins 30secs, 100C

    6. Add Lamb to bowl. Stir on reverse until heated through for 3 mins, 90C.

    7. Remove TMX bowl from base and pour meat/sauce over cooked pasta and stir through.

    8. Optional: Serve with parmesan cheese.


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Use leftover Lamb Roast meat and follow steps above. If using fresh, uncooked strips of lamb, please cook in TMX first - Reverse, speed 1 for 3 mins @ 100C.


My kids (4 and 2) LOVE this meal - more than the roast! This is a definite lick your bowl clean!

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  • Thanks everyone for your

    Submitted by MissMarnie on 20. April 2015 - 19:36.

    Thanks everyone for your feedback!

    After trying out the recipe a couple more times, I agree with you all about the cornflour. Much less gluggy without it.

    For those of you that try this recipe and find it has too much liquid, add 1tsp cornflour mixed with 1Tblsp of hot water and heat on 90C for 3 mins on REVERSE, spoon speed.

    Thanks again!

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  • We really enjoyed this. Agree

    Submitted by mand-z on 2. October 2014 - 20:36.

    We really enjoyed this. Agree that less or no cornflour mix would be good next time. There will definately be a next time  tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Easy and yum!! Probably will

    Submitted by sianbradbury on 4. May 2014 - 18:41.

    Easy and yum!! Probably will try without the cornflower next time it ended up really gluggy tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made a few alterations - can

    Submitted by carapup on 6. April 2014 - 18:12.

    Made a few alterations - can of diced tomatoes as we had no sun dried, added cream instead of evap

    milk and extra veggies. Also added water and cooked the pasta in the TMX as well (like the creamy tomato and salami fettuccini in the EDC) and it was delish! I do want to cook the proper recipe as this was so nice I could imagine it would be lovely with sun dried tomatoes as well.

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  • A nice simple & tasty dish

    Submitted by ThermoJax on 31. March 2014 - 22:56.

    A nice simple & tasty dish tmrc_emoticons.)


    i had had done leftover roast lamb to use up and this was perfect.

    thank you for sharing tmrc_emoticons.)

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