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This is an easy leg of lamb recipe that has been in my family for years. You also get a rich tomato-rosemary gravy. Roast until the internal temperature of the meat is at least 70 C.
Lamb and flageolet beans are often served together in French country cooking because they complement each other so well. In this recipe the flageolets are mixed with potatoes and green beans, and the dish is deliciously flavoured with lemon, garlic and rosemary. Serve in true French style, with a crusty baguette. The roasting time is based on the weight of the joint; 20 minutes per 450g (1 lb) for rare, 25 minutes per 450g for medium well or 30 minutes per 450g for well done.
Just a few fresh ingredients, simply cooked, make a warmly satisfying meal. Aubergines and shallots, whose flavours intensify with roasting, make perfect partners for tender, succulent lamb. Serve with warm, crusty bread.
Whether it's spring or not, treat yourself to lamb! A small leg serves 6 and is surprisingly low in fat. The crowning jewel of a fresh mint sauce simmers up in seconds, yet tastes as if it took much more time.
This leg of lamb is succulent and aromatic, a family favourite.
Tasty and juicy, perfect for Sunday lunch or an Easter feast.
This easy to cook roast lamb is flavoured with coriander and garlic, and accompanied by swede and potatoes for a uniquely delicious dish. A tomato and ale sauce brings it all together.
New Zealand lamb is stuffed with a melange of ham, apricots, garlic, fresh herbs, tahini and aromatic spices.
This roast lamb is simple to prepare and served with a delightful mint jelly and gravy.
Lamb is roasted to perfection with a colourful array of veg, topped with a fresh-tasting minted pea salsa.
This joint is simple to prepare and tastes fantastic. A leg of lamb is studded with garlic, rubbed with lemon juice, rosemary and thyme before being roasted.
This is an incredibly easy dish, which is packed full of flavour. Lamb chops are marinated, then roasted to perfection. For best results, allow the lamb to marinate overnight. Enjoy with potatoes, rice or pasta.
The classic combination of rosemary, garlic and lamb are brought together in this dish. It's elegant, simple and delicious. Why not try it at your next Sunday lunch?
This is a great alternative roast for Christmas dinner or Sunday lunch. Racks of lambs are roasted with lavender, then served with sauteed chanterelles and green beans. Serve two lamb chops per person.
The lamb in this dish is succulent and extremely tasty. Lamb is roasted to perfection with flageolet beans. Serve with rosemary potatoes, if desired. This dish makes a wonderful alternative to the classic Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner.
Slow roasted lamb shoulder with butternut squash, leeks and courgettes in a red wine rosemary sauce.
This is a great alternative for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner. The lamb is easy to prepare and tastes fabulous. Enjoy with roast potatoes and a side of veg.
A great alternative to the classic Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner. A leg of lamb is studded with cloves and roasted with seasoned apricot juice. The resulting lamb is amazingly tender and goes well with mash or roast potatoes.
A simple, but deliciously different take on the traditional roast lamb. A leg of lamb is brushed with honey, roasted and served with a honey and cider gravy. Enjoy with roasted potatoes.
No need to add much to delicious local lamb! Instead of buying individual chops and pan frying them, buy a rack of lamb, bake for 30 minutes, then slice and serve. It will be cooked medium rare - perfect!