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Roast Stuffed Breast Of Lamb
Prepare the lamb by removing excess fat and outer skin.
Sprinkle inner side with salt To make the stuffing melt the butter in a small pan.
Saute the onion until tender.
Stir in the remaining ingredients including sufficient orange juice to form a stiff... - 42.0512
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1) In a non-stick pan, heat oil and brown the lamb in it.
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Australian Lamb "roasts"
1 Trim excess fat from lamb shanks.
Brown lamb in its remaining fat in a large skillet or an electric slow cooker with a browning unit; remove and reserve.
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Lemon Lamb Pot Roast
Brown lamb on all sides in hot oil in a large skillet.
Place lamb, onion, lemon, bay leaf, and seasonings in slow cooker.
Cover and cook on low 8 to 1,0 hours.
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1) Open the rolled roast and sprinkle evenly with the garlic, gingerroot and cranberries.
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County Kerry Pork Roast
1 Trim excess fat from pork; place in an electric slow cooker; sprinkle with onion and marjoram; pour mixture of barbecue sauce and water over; cover.
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