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Hi, Sorry but this recipe is not thought out properly and I agree with the other comments, it doesn't work. The reason is that 45 minutes in a casserole dish at 180 degrees will not cook the carrots and the potatoes if they are not par boiled previously. You need to transfer the casserole back to a pot to cook on the hob. Or par boil the carrots and potatoes first. I'm a bit annoyed because my wife is now angry because she has been waiting 2 hours for her dinner. Shows the flaws of finding recipes on google.
This recipe needs to be re-written. There is no way that the potatoes are cooked in the time stated. My suggestion, if you want to get it sorted in an hour, would be to par boil both the spuds and the carrots, . Otherwise you may need extra stock/water and another 45 minutes.
Cooked this for tea - it was delicious and it will become a firm favourite
This was really really yummy and so so easy, well worth doing again and again....
Lovely recipe but would cook potatoes first. I had this casserole in the oven for 90 minutes and potatoes were still hard.
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