There is nothing better than a well cooked leg of lamb, whether it is a slow cooked roast or the leg is sliced and diced to create another wonderful recipe.
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 Greek style roast lamb is flavoured with garlic and an orange based mustard marinade. This dish is as delicious as it is simple.
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.
This is a great technique for making a tasty leg of lamb. A quick and easy rosemary rub and slivers of garlic truly draw out the succulent flavour of lamb.
A delightful way to prepare a boned leg of lamb - rolled up with spinach, goats cheese and pine nuts. Serve with Brussels sprouts cooking in butter and garlic.
Roast lamb and potatoes is a wonderfully hearty and satisfying dish, particularly in winter. This recipe has a secret ingredient - orange juice - that really brings out the flavour of the lamb.
The marinade may sound a little unusual, but it sure makes a change from the standard rosemary and garlic. Try it!
We let the lamb marinate overnight, then we cook it slowly the next morning. It's soo tasty and tender.