Ingredients for Pam's Lamb
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How to Cook Pam's Lamb
- Peel and roughly chop the garlic cloves and melt the butter in a small pan. Mix the butter, garlic, salt and rosemary along with a good twist of pepper in a bowl and then rub this mixture all over the lamb. Place the lamb in a roasting dish and leave to stand for one hour before cooking. Spread any remaining marinade mixture over the lamb, then cook in a preheated moderate oven (Mk 5 - 375ºF - 190ºC) for 45-50 minutes, basting frequently in the juices.
- Place the meat on a warmed serving plate and serve with Creamed Potatoes and Peppered Cabbage.
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You can add a little thyme to the marinade if you want. The marriage of thyme and rosemary is a good one!
Reviews of Pam's Lamb
March 06 2015
Phenomenal...I've tasted recipes similar to this and I never thought I'd find this simple recipe would be so good...just cooked this tonight and I'll DEFINITELY do this again!! Easy and impressive introduction for anyone wanting to try lamb. Delicious flavours
capiD (3 reviews)
August 27 2013
This recipe is so wonderful and fairly easy to do, (especially when your husband helps). It is moist and delicious. The rosemary is the secret ingredient, I believe. We used a boneless leg of lamb. This is by far, the best leg of lamb I have ever made and was loved by the whole family.
dundeegirl (2 reviews)
January 08 2013
This is what I call a no fail recipe. Too easy to go wrong! I have varied using mustard with fresh garlic and rosemary. Then sprinkled sea salt and coarse ground pepper over the rub. People loved the crusted pieces even though a little more done than the middle. Everyone enjoys the gravy.
mclila (1 review)
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