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Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder

Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder

carrots, swede, parsnips, beetroot. oh so scrummy, served up with a big pan of oven roasted root vegetables
WOOD FIRED OVEN SLOW ROASTED SHOULDER OF LAMB

WOOD FIRED OVEN SLOW ROASTED SHOULDER OF LAMB

This is a lovely simple one pan cook, place the lamb shoulders in a deep roasting tin, throw in the carrots, onion, celery, garlic and leeks, sprinkle the salt and pepper over the skin of the shoulders, slide the roasting pan in to the wood fired oven for a couple of minutes to crisp up the skin, turning the roasting tin once to keep the browning of the skin even
Roasted Shoulder Of Lamb

Roasted Shoulder Of Lamb

Add the stock slowly and dissolve the paste then add the fresh mint and capers. • Dice, boil and roughly mash the carrots and potatoes with a knob of butter and seasoning
New Zealand Lamb Roast For Easter 2016

New Zealand Lamb Roast For Easter 2016

For dessert we enjoyed my popular Slow Cooked Hot Cross Bun & Butter Pudding. You can buy fresh or frozen half shoulders or whole legs of New Zealand Lamb in the supermarkets
Irish Lamb Stew #SundaySupper

Irish Lamb Stew #SundaySupper

Then a long slow simmer makes sure that the meat is falling off the bones. Roasted Lamb Chops, Fontina Cheese Polenta with Asparagus and Mushrooms by Crazy Foodie Stunts
Lamb Casserole with Ale

Lamb Casserole with Ale

I’ve teamed up with Tasty Easy Lamb to share one of their delicious and hearty slow cooked lamb recipes with you
Batch cooking in the slow cookers

Batch cooking in the slow cookers

Our menu this week will be ragu sauce on top of steamed vegetables twice, slow cooked pork, roast potatoes and veggies twice, lamb casserole twice
Which Cuts Of Beef Are Best For…?

Which Cuts Of Beef Are Best For…?

Where I don’t want to stretch budget to one of my three preferred roasting cuts, I’d rather roast a chicken or lamb, or cook a braising joint long and slow, in liquid
Moroccan Pulled Pork and Jewelled Cous Cous

Moroccan Pulled Pork and Jewelled Cous Cous

Preparing the meat is easy, all you need to do is rub over the spice mix and then let it roast slowly in the oven for about 5 hours then shred it up with a couple of forks. 6kg boneless rolled pork shoulder joint 2 tbsp ras el hanout spice blend 2 tsp fine sea salt 2 tbsp soft brown sugar 3 tbsp harissa paste - use 2 tbsp if you prefer milder chilli heat For the jewelled cous cous. Reduce the heat to 150°C (130°C fan) and cover the pork with the overhanging foil then return to the oven to slow roast for 5 hours. Related PostsSpicy mixed grain falafels with a beetroot & carrot saladLamb, Spinach and Black Eye Bean Filo Pie5 Things To Do With Leftover Roast Lamb LegChicken, Ham & Pecan CrumbleTurkey & Chickpea Curry