I have a nice semi-boneless leg of lamb that I was thinking of cooking tomorrow for dinner. I'll have to cook it in my slow-cooker. Any thoughts on the best way to do it? I was thinking I'd just cook it the way that I would normally do my pot roast - dry onion soup mix, water, cream of mushroom soup, onion, and garlic... then add in my veggies - potatoes, carrots, celery... Do I need to add more fat or should lamb have enough? I usually just make a stew so I am not sure on doing it as a roast.
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