Great recipes for roast lamb, whether you want to roast a rack of lamb or a leg of lamb for a Sunday lunch, Australia Day, Easter or any special occasion. Try our delicious honey-roasted rack of lamb, roast lamb with garlic and rosemary and slow roasted leg of lamb recipes.
Exceptionally flavourful, lamb is a super source of niacin and zinc. Like all the other types of red meat, it also supplies a useful amount of iron.
With just a few ingredients and a little time you can make this delicious roast for the family.
This is a great roast lamb that is cooked with seasoned toasted breadcrumbs then the remaining pan juices are turned into a wine gravy.
I never seem to get time to make roast lamb very often any more, so it has become a Christmas tradition in our family. The recipe is easy and creates a wonderful main meat.
This stuffed crown roast is a splendid showpiece for a special dinner. If you order it in advance, a butcher will prepare the crown for you.
This leg of lamb is marinated overnight with fresh rosemary, garlic, mustard, honey and lemon zest. Be prepared for lots of requests for seconds!
I cook this very simple dish with lamb stock wine and herbs and then stir in some optional extras towards the end. You could try this recipe to make your own lamb stock or use chicken stock instead. Serve with mint sauce.
This Greek style roast lamb is flavoured with garlic and an orange based mustard marinade. This dish is as delicious as it is simple.
Classic Mediterranean flavours like eggplant, lamb, tomatoes and cumin are combined in this beautiful roast. Serve with warm bread.
When you roast a leg of lamb do it properly! This stuffed leg has a filling of prunes, currants, almonds and herbs and is finished with a balsamic honey sauce.