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Sheep is the oldest domesticated meat species. Sheep have been raised by humans beginning about 9,000 years ago in the Middle East. In many countries, lamb (a young sheep) is the major source of protein. Many Americans think of lamb as a springtime food, but it can be enjoyed year round. The following information answers many questions callers have asked the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline about lamb. Read More…

Preparing a roast dinner is what you’ve told us makes most of you most nervous. But it needn’t be a nightmare of multitasking if you follow these simple steps – starting with this delicious, seasonal roast lamb. Read More…

The most important thing to remember about cooking a lamb roast is to not over-cook it. Lamb has such wonderful flavor on its own, and is so naturally tender, that it is bound to turn out well, as long as it is still a little pink inside. There is some debate over which method yields the best results – slow cooking at low heat the entire time, or searing first on high heat and then slow cooking.  Read More…

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Here is a recipe for Lamb Roast. Roasts are easy to prepare, and are great during the colder seasons, perfect for family gatherings and for weekend meals. Enjoy! Read More…

Spring has sprung and that means lamb time in Australia.Excitedly I purchased a 2kg lamb shoulder and set about the five hour cooking process. I know five hours is a big commitment (possibly longer than a Kardashian marriage) but very little labour is required. Read More…

Balti cooking is all about making tasty curries easily and fast. After you’ve cooked your balti meat, you should be able to make a balti in about 20 to 30 minutes.I’ve recommended in my past balti recipe posts that you try my pre-cooked meat recipe. It’s really nice and the cooking stock adds so much flavour to your balti curries. Read More…

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This is a British classic everyone loves, especially at Easter. It’s easy to make and is so tasty…Preheat the oven to 200ºC/400ºC/gas 6 and place a roasting dish for the potatoes on the bottom.  Read More…

A roasted leg of lamb is always a treat but it’s even better when studded with garlic and served with fresh mint sauce. Read More…

The sweetness of roast lamb is enhanced by a honey glaze scattered with thyme and a sharp-sweet gravy made of cider and honey Read More…

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I’m trying to cook my first ever slow roasted shoulder of lamb. I’ve never cooked a whole lamb shoulder before and I’ve never slow cooked meat beyond 3 hours. Here’s the details of what I’ve done so far. Read More…

I cooked pizza last Friday night and by Sunday the oven was down to slow roasting temp so I made this Greek Style Slow Roasted Lamb.I didn’t take any photos but even better, here is the link to the recipe Read More…

 

 

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