Lamb shoulder with rosemary and garlic

On Sunday I made a proper roast. I love to slowcook meat and have the wonderful smell of rosemary and garlic fill the rooms. It feels so homely and cosy. Love it!

Lamb shoulder with rosemary and garlic, serves 4

half lamb shoulder, bone in 

olive oil

2 cloves garlic, sliced

10 rosemary sprigs

1 onion


black pepper

Pierce the meat in a few places and put garlic and rosemary in the holes. Pour some olive oil into a roasting pan, put some rosemary in it and put the meat on top. Rub in olive oil, salt and pepper into the mat. Cut the onion into wedges and place around the mat (gives great flavour to the sauce/gravy). Put the pan in 200C for 30 mins, then cover the pan with tin foil and turn the temperature down to 125C.  Cook for another 3,5 hours. Let the meat rest covered with foil 15 minutes before carving.

The sauce: Pour the meat juices and onions into a sauce pan. Add cream, bring to the boil. Season to taste with stock, jelly, salt and pepper. Remove the onions with a sieve.

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4 Responses to Lamb shoulder with rosemary and garlic

  1. I love slow cooked meat too! As much as I don’t mind eating vegetarian, there’s something so wonderful like a dish like this! 🙂

  2. Hanna says:

    Lamb shoulder has got to be one of my absolute favourite roasts! So easy and amazing and cheap, too.

  3. prem kumar says:

    Dear maim,
    your products is very nice and sweet like you 🙂

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