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  • Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

    Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.
    Plus roast pumpkin, spuds, carrots and zucchini, steamed cauliflower, broccoli and gravy.
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  • #2
    Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

    Once again...NICE!!!

    Dad's coming to visit this weekend so I have not figured what I will cook when he gets here but that Leg O Lamb sure does look good. Inspired...thanks Faith

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    • #3
      Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

      Thanks Faith.
      For A$30 you would think it would just melt in the mouth but it was as tough as old boots, I dont know who is getting all our good cheap lamb, but it aint us.
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      • #4
        Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

        Hi Brickie,
        I think that if you had slow cooked you lamb at a low temp, it would have melted in your mouth.

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        • #5
          Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

          Correct me if im wrong, but that much active flame would cause alot of the moisture to be sucked from the meat? Perhaps making some sort of broth below the meat would aid? or just cook it much much slower.

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          • #6
            Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

            Thanks guys, Im a bricklayer what can I say?

            It was cooking slow at first but it got late so I stoked Hansel and Gretal up....
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            • #7
              Re: Leg o lamb with rosemary sprigs.

              Having let the par cooked leg rest in the fridge overnight as per the plan I shallow fried it tonight for tea, it was delish.....
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