Find recipes for a gorgeous, melt-in-the-mouth leg of lamb. We have recipes for roast leg of lamb, slow cooker leg of lamb and more.
And I mean slow - 7 hours. This meat is so tender you don't need a knife to cut it.
Slow cooked lamb with red wine gravy just falls off the bone. Perfect for Sunday dinner. Serve with your choice of veg and roast potatoes.
Capture the atmosphere of Morocco with this filling stew of lamb, fruit and vegetables, served with fluffy couscous.
This leg of lamb is marinated overnight with fresh rosemary, garlic, mustard, honey and lemon zest. Be prepared for lots of requests for seconds!
Take curry night to a whole new level with this lamb and spinach curry. Set this curry on to cook and let the slow cooker work its magic to produce a flavourful, creamy and moreish result best served over rice.
Chunks of lean lamb are gently simmered with dates in a richly spiced gravy, then piled atop couscous and pistachio nuts, and sprinkled with pomegranate seeds. Serve this exotic dish for a special family meal or a make-ahead dish for entertaining, accompanied by some Arabic flat bread and a simple leafy green salad.
In Greece, roast meat (lamb, beef, chicken) and potatoes is ubiquitous throughout the year. Upon my most recent visit to Athens, my aunt let me in on a secret that takes this traditional dish to another level. Instead of the usual lemon juice, she said, add the juice of one orange. I tried this upon my return home and it is absolutely delicious! It may be awhile before I go back to lemons -- and this dish is as delicious as it is simple.
A succulent lamb roast, which is easy to make and tastes fantastic. Half a leg of lamb is roasted with potatoes, mustard, olive oil, oregano, orange juice and garlic. Simple and delicious!
This thick and creamy slow cooker kashmiri lamb curry has just the right balance of flavours and is ideal for a low hassle dinner party. Serve over rice.
This is a good lamb recipe for Sundays or Easter. I start cooking the lamb early in the morning and it's ready by 3pm - just in time for a late lunch or early dinner!