Beer-Braised Lamb Shanks – Food Wishes – Spring Lamb

Beer-Braised Lamb Shanks – Food Wishes – Spring Lamb

Learn how to make Beer-Braised Lamb Shanks! Spring is here, and traditionally this is the time of year to feature lamb. Having said that, I love lamb all year around, but for the purposes of this video, let’s pretend. Visit for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this delicious and easy Beer-Braised Lamb Shanks recipe!

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  • MacheteDontTweet on February 22, 2020

    Yes they do taste better the next day that's why I'm braising 4 shanks.

  • csufjeff on February 22, 2020

    Wonderful share….Cheers Jeff

  • Gerry Claffey on February 22, 2020

    I used this recipe to do lamb shanks today and it turned out fantastic. Thanks

  • Eleazar on February 22, 2020

    I enjoyed that. Amusing.

  • Sunny on February 22, 2020

    I love this video

  • Gloria Fung on February 22, 2020

    Chef John! Thanks so much for the recipe. Super simple. Made it for my family and they all loved it!!

  • Nishal Thotaram on February 22, 2020

    Is this cunt trying to sing a song

  • MJA on February 22, 2020

    The best lamb I ever ate was in Punta Arenas, Chile, but I think yours might be that good!

  • Rohit saty yaduvansi on February 22, 2020

    Rohit saty Yaduvansi

  • you2099 on February 22, 2020

    'But Wait – – There's More'

  • MrTheonlysane1left on February 22, 2020

    Bro the unnecessary pausing between every line you say, is beyond unbearable my wife and I couldn’t watch for any more than 30 seconds! It’s a shame probably was a good recipe 🤨

  • Michael Gun on February 22, 2020

    well alrighty then!

  • marcus cicero on February 22, 2020

    folks, featured in this vid are lamb foreshanks. forget about it, get yourself the HINDshanks. a lot more meat. the hindshank is actually the bottom end of a lamb leg.

  • buddy smith on February 22, 2020

    Oh man this Guy's voice .!!!!!!

  • Ritesh Verma on February 22, 2020

    Alternate for beer?

  • eva eyez on February 22, 2020

    I've been on ketogenic diet last 6 months and only thanks to that fat I lost 24.5 kg!

  • Mildrid J on February 22, 2020

    "What" pray tell is 'not to hoppy' beer

  • Scholarly Reader on February 22, 2020

    You need to cover your pit to increase the flavor. Plus two days just to cook lamb shank coupled with that annoying voice no thank you.

  • Rejected Letters on February 22, 2020

    Question: Did you remove the rosemary at some point?

  • joey handeland on February 22, 2020

    I gotta try this!

  • Simplicia Lagundi on February 22, 2020

    Hi Chef! any substitute for the beer? Coz no beer here in saudi arabia, thanks and God bless!

  • squange20 on February 22, 2020

    Lamb shanks are also lovely cooked in red wine with the same vegetables and some thyme and rosemary. But will try this version.

  • Fred V. on February 22, 2020

    Actually a dark rich thick sauce goes very well with a lamb shank. I grew up with it and having tasted many other ways, I find it to be like fireworks in my mouth. Yummers!!

  • THORN on February 22, 2020

    What's wrong with his voice…!?

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