Recipe by Robertjm
"I purchased a leg of lamb roast from the store recently but had no idea on how I'd cook it. After reading ideas here on Allrecipes, I came up with my own marinade. While I made this in a conventional oven, it could also be made in a slow cooker on the slow setting for 7 to 8 hours time). Hope it's a hit! There was enough marinade left that I threw it over some chicken tenders for tomorrow's dinner."
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extra virgin olive oil
dried mint flakes
ground white pepper
2 1/4 pounds
boneless leg of lamb
white potatoes, cut into large chunks
carrots, cut into large chunks
I don't like lamb as a rule, but we were given a leg of lamb by the neighbor for whom I make jalapeno jelly (long story). I made the lamb in the slow cooker, didn't have marjoram, and used cooking wine instead of the lime juice I was fresh out of. I even liked it, and had a 2nd piece after the reluctant taste test to see if it was done. Thank you All Recipes and Robertjm. I'd post a picture but it's probably all gone by now. Blessings.
My Aunt suggested this recipe for me to serve. I, and as well as my Father found your marinade to be far to overpowering. Sorry but a tender leg of lamb has a delicate flavour that shouldn't be compromised by to many other flavors and should never be placed in a crock pot. I will however, try your marinade the next time I try a stewed lamb for rice. The flavour of the spice should prove to be pleasant.
It was perfectly good but didn't blow me away. I was hoping it would be tastier.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oven-Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 379
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