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Adapted from In the Kitchen by Campion and Curtis

Dietary and accessibility notes )

You need:

A portion of lamb leg suitable for roasting. 1kg to 1.5kg, say?
About 12 cloves of garlic
2-4 tablespoons of pesto
Possibly salt and pepper to season?

What you should do:

- peel the garlic cloves
- cut vertical slashes all over the lamb, and tuck the garlic in
- slather the entire thing in pesto.

For best results, leave this all to marinade for a few hours. You might want to season with salt and pepper, but I didn't bother. Then roast! I recommend 180 degrees celcius, about 25 minutes per 500 grams of lamb. You're aiming for medium-rare. Test by sticking a butter knife into the lamb. If it comes out cold, cook another 5 minutes or so. You want the knife surface to be tepid/skin temperature warm - about the same temperature as you'd heat baby's milk to, if that helps.
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Freely adapted from a recipe in the October Cooking Light. A nice slow-cooked beef roast with veggies; turns out flavorful. Could be done in a crockpot as long as you're willing to dirty a skillet or something in order to brown the meat first.

Recipe behind the cut )
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This is a standby for us because it requires no special ingredients (other than the soup pasta, which we now just keep stocked). The most difficult part of this is the grating and breaking apart of the chicken.

Not a Jewish Chicken Soup, but also much easier to prepare and pretty much as omnomnom IMO. :) )

Beef Roast

Apr. 22nd, 2009 11:30 pm
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This recipe is a family favorite and possibly one of the easiest to make.
Generally we'll prepare it right before church, put it in the oven, and it's ready when we come home for lunch. Not to mention the house smells FANTASTIC!

The only thing generally eaten along with it in my house is a side salad and obviously the vegetables that cook with the roast.

Psst... It's under here... )

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