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I cook them in the pressure cooker, takes about 15 mins. Leave them to go cold cut the fat of the top slice them and make a sarnie. Yummie

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What's the texture of heart like? Is it anything like kidney because I couldn't eat it then but I like trying all types of meat so would otherwise give them a try.

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paxo stuffed hearts,mashed potatoe thyme and onion,theres sausage stuffing or breadcrumbs stuffing.when doing any of these,wrap them in tinfoil and bake them in the oven for 2 hrs roughly.

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What's the texture of heart like? Is it anything like kidney ....?

 

Brewza; Heart meat is cool, mate! Believe it or not, the heart being a Muscle, and the kidney being an Organ, the texture is completely different.

 

I've never actually eaten lambs heart. I certainly have cows. Look to heart as the leanest steak you'll ever get. It's best eaten in thin slices. Actually tastes a lot 'Beefier' than most beef. Does lambs heart taste lambier ....? F**k knows.

 

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I love ox heart nearly as much as lambs heart, slow roasted and as you say Pete, sliced thinly. Lambs heart does actually taste like lean lamb, only a bit more intense flavour. When cold the flavour is not as strong.

 

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I haven't had these in years. I know my mum used to cook them regular but i'm not sure if my wife (of 35 years) has done them!. My brother in-law is an old style "High street" butcher and not a supermarket one and every Friday he messages my wife with "what meat?", because we get him his motorsport magazines and he gives us some meat in exchange (he own's the shop). The way we used to have them was. The major fat and veins were cut off, then the hearts were stuffed with "Paxo" because mum would never try anything new. Then they were cooked in like a stew, long and slow mmmmmm my mouth is watering just thinking about them.

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I don't know why more people don't eat hearts. Tasty meat at a wallet friendly price. They think eating lambs heart is 'icky' but happily tuck into a Tesco value burger :icon_eek: God knows whats in those :bad:

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I don't know why more people don't eat hearts. Tasty meat at a wallet friendly price. They think eating lambs heart is 'icky' but happily tuck into a Tesco value burger :icon_eek: God knows whats in those :bad:

Neigh neigh and thrice neigh...........

 

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I don't know why more people don't eat hearts. Tasty meat at a wallet friendly price. They think eating lambs heart is 'icky' but happily tuck into a Tesco value burger :icon_eek: God knows whats in those :bad:

Neigh neigh and thrice neigh...........

 

TC

 

lol :laugh:

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