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Lamb in Rosemary and Garlic

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Used a half shoulder of lamb I had in the freezer and decided to start the year as I intend to carry on: using the BBQ. 

I grabbed some rosemary from the herb garden, a couple of cloves of garlic, salt and pepper. Mixed them in the mortar and pestle then covered the lamb and left to marinade for a few hours. 

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Put it on my Weber kettle with some cherry wood and served with potatoes, carrots, parsnips and broccoli. 5FE9CA84-1C4C-4D7F-B0CA-927B311F5C0D.thumb.jpeg.a56075915b200cd8b6db43aacb75c930.jpeg

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Looks lovely, love slow cooked lamb and it lends itself so well to be marinated and loses a lot of the greasiness you get when cooked at a higher heat.

Cooked this yesterday (in the oven for 6 hours) for 10 people  (indoors) but will definitely cook it outdoors later in the year. A lovely meal. Half the people had it as a Sunday dinner with all the trimmings and the other half as per recipe with the salad and dip, which I thought worked better.

Lamb Kleftico

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When I lived in Cyprus we used have this regularly, out in the fields with the locals, brilliant lamb

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Maybe move this to its own lamb thread and then we can cook it and add photo guide. 

 

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