Thursday, March 11, 2010

BBQ Sauce Roast Lamb Recipe -Fusion

I would normally buy lamb shoulder cut from the local hypermarket and marinade it, and then store it in my freezer. In order to make the lamb meat tender, I would hit them with the blunt part of the knife. You can also use a stainless steel mallet to do this. Then I would barbecue the lamb over slow charcoal fire during the weekends. Barbecuing burn away some of the fat in the lamb but then I also remove some of the fats before marinating it. My kids love barbecuing and they like to eat lamb too, just like daddy! LOL! Lamb is really simple to cook and it only takes a little preparation to make a nice meal out of it.

Lamb shoulder cut, 1 kg
Hickory Barbecue Sauce, 5 table spoons
Lemon juice from 1 lemon
Cumin, 1 table spoon
Thyme, (dried), 1 teaspoon
Sugar, 1 table spoon
Pepper, ½ table spoon
Salt to taste

Fire up the barbecue pit and put it into medium heat. Roast the lamb until well done. Serve with mint sauce and boiled potatoes.
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Angie's Recipes said...

Looks like a great dinner for any carnivore!

smallkucing said...

for a moment i thought i was stingray again :p

Not really into lamb. More of abeef person

Gulmohar said...

Would be a perfect dinner pepper in meat :-)

reanaclaire said...

i just took lamb shoulder for lunch yesterday in David's diner, opened by a spanish lady.. very well done too, she boss came out to ask the patrons personally.. :) i bet yours will be great too! important is the marinate task, right?

manglish said...

hou sou ar hahaahhhhaha

Anonymous said...

I enjoy roast lamb..with mint sauce. Yumm...:)

trafsilo said...

i like it

Mommy Ling said... bad i m not in favour of lamb nor beef too.

Duno, i just got freak out of the smell.

petite nyonya said...

I just cannot resist a good roast lamb marinated with all wonderful spices just like this!


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