lamb roast

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Noun1.lamb roast - a cut of lamb suitable for roastinglamb roast - a cut of lamb suitable for roasting
roast, joint - a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion
crown roast, rack of lamb - a roast of the rib section of lamb
gigot, leg of lamb - lamb leg suitable for roasting
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On any other day, Arif said, the popular lamb roast would sell for Rs1,400 per kilogram.
Not quite hungry enough for a full roast, I opted for lamb roast in a bap with a side of thick cut chips.
Diners can pick from a whole poussin (PS12.95), mini lamb roast (PS15.95), whole roast raan chicken for one or two to share (PS19.95) or roast topside of beef (PS19.95).
Last year, in a little neighborhood in Detroit, my friend Sam and I held a spring lamb roast for his birthday.
After all, Jesus' last supper was a Lamb roast dinner, which established the tradition of eating roasts at Easter for centuries to come.
popular dish Dam Pukhtak said it is a whole lamb roast in which the animal is gutted and stuffed with
Rub mixture over a 6 to 10 pound bone-in lamb roast and refrigerate in a glass oven-proof dish, covered with foil overnight, turning once.
Beef, pork, veal and lamb roast, steak and chops should be cooked to 145 degrees F, with a 3-minute "rest time" after removal from the heat source.
Boneless legs, seasoned boneless lamb roast, lamb stew meat and ground lamb are great items to offer with easy recipes that will attract and excite new consumers to the lamb category.
"We'd have a lamb roast once a week in Australia -- that's fairly common."
This is such a great alternative to a full-on lamb roast with all the trimmings, as, let's face it, that takes hours.