A cosy day at home..

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As the weather starts to cool down for the year, the husband and I locked ourselves away for the day watching endless seasons of TV Shows and movies.

This was our idea of heaven, and because we knew we weren’t planning on leaving the house at all – what thought what better way to while away the hours, than to cook an 8 hour Slow Roast Lamb.

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Recently I was given the most beautiful cookbook by What Katie Katie as a birthday gift from a dear friend. I have followed her blog for many years now, and she has such inspirational recipes and food photography.  We opted to adapt her recipe in the cookbook, and just stick to serving this with roast vegetables, beans and feta.

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Preheat oven top temp

INGREDIENTS
Shoulder of Lamb
Garlic cloves
Rosemary fresh
Olive Oil
Seasonings

METHOD
Score the lamb not too deep all over, roughly 2cms
Push slivers of garlic & Rosemary into the lamb
Season salt & pepper
Place lamb over garlic cloves & Rosemary in baking pan
Drizzle with a little Olive Oil

Cover Lamb with a layer of Foil

REDUCE TO 140c FAN FORCED

Cook for 8 Hrs – checking occasionally, if drying out cover with water (or red wine)

Serve with Roast Potatoes, Pumpkin and Sweet Potato with Green Beans and Feta, all while enjoying a lovely glass of red wine!

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  • Your photography is looking very ‘what katie ate’! Now that the weather is getting cooler Im looking forward to baking some roasts too. Looks amazing though, good job!ReplyCancel

  • I cannot help but notice the very 70’s designed crockery pots we all own … what’s more, you’ve got great light to play with.ReplyCancel

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