November 23, 2020
This Thanksgiving is likely to be one of the least traditional for many U.S. families. Instead of gathering in large groups for a traditional turkey…Read This Post
Lamb on the Easter table is a longstanding tradition hearkening back to the Paschal Lamb sacrificed for the Jewish Passover. In modern Christian Easter culinary traditions this most frequently has morphed into a roasted lamb dish at Easter. In many countries, you roast the whole animal over a spit, and enjoy it in company!
Tempting as it is to try this at home (our local Costco sells whole lambs – who knew!?) most people have neither the space nor the desire to roast a whole animal. A nice substitution of course is a lamb roast. Here is a super simple recipe that lets the meat shine through!
Serves: 8 to 10
Prep time: 70 minutes
Cook time: 60 minutes
Cook method: Roast
Lamb is an easy meat to cook – already tender and juicy by nature. So don’t be afraid to try it!
By Peg Kern
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