Garlic and Herb Roast Leg of Lamb, Slow Cooked

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Garlic and Herb Roast Leg of Lamb, Slow Cooked to perfection.
This recipe will give you a perfect roast leg of lamb every time. If you can, buy a Spring leg of lamb, usually under five months old, probably the ultimate Sunday roast. It’s actually quite easy to make, just follow a few simple steps and your lamb will be to die for.

This one has the bone still attached, hence making it tastier and extra moist which is my preference. It’s cooked at a lower temperature for a longer time resulting in more even cooking throughout plus juicier. Use woody rosemary if you can, it will be easier to insert.

If you don’t have a roasting rack, cut a peeled onion in two and place your lamb leg on the onion so it sits higher than the liquid.

Lamb is a wine friendly meat, so have it with a nice bottle of medium to full bodied red, like a Bordeaux or Cabernet Sauvignon.

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Hannah James says:

Any chef who can stuff lamb with herbs like that deserves a place in the culinary world. That looked delightful. What happens to the vegetables?

David US says:

Professional love it! Thanks for sharing!

Magical Khan says:

Is there any substitute i can use instead of red wine

Priscilla Solanki says:

Perfect leg of lamb with fresh garlic & herbs rosemary, sage leaves a nice twist keeps herbs intact whilst roasting. WOW! simply delicious gravy sauce to enhance full flavours if you don't like wine can we use chicken stock liquid or stock cubes ? Great for Sunday roasts impressive all round dining experience. Loving your cookware & all your tools of the trade love your Olive oil pourer so reminds me of Aladdins lamp 😄 Love all your videos Joel your my hero in the kitchen ❤❤❤

Indu Nadason says:

Yes, I was waiting for lamb recipe. Thanks a bunch

Caio Murilo Almeida says:

Joel, cheers from Brazil! My whole family is in love with you, 'cause every time I cook one of your recipes it's a huge success! Just excuse me for getting the compliments instead hahahaha

bo reddude says:

do you have to put that repetitive music in the background? it's so annoying

Mat Robinson says:

Is 100c really hot enough for 2 hours cooking?

Jess says:

Let's rank about the spice draw.. I need more information on that… please

Crazy Fam says:

Shouldn't have watched this, I'm starving and love a bit of lamb. Gonna have to give it ago minus the red wine!!

ron freeman says:

looks amazing!! .. my only doubt, is that i have grown up with veggies being roasted in with meat to absorb the flavors ..

Caroline Kawasaki says:

Did u guys see what he did with the onion? He spins it and the skin comes off

Liga Rowe says:

Followed this . . . the kitchen smells amazing! I’m already blown away.

KHALIQ AUR TAKHLEEQ says:

fail ……. what is the weight of leg,,,,,,what a mistake.,,,,

COSTEL BADOI says:

Like verry much

Gabriel Quiroz says:

Hi! Absolutely amazing video and recipe! Can this be done in pressure cooker instead? What would that look like?

Belo says:

Love it 😍

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