Ultimate Butterflied Leg of Lamb 💯🔝 Recipe | Boneless | Oven Recipe | International Cuisine

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Mamo found in Google that:

These sheep were known as mouflon, and weren’t quite the woolly sheep we know today. Then they were raised for their meat, milk, and skin for parchment and vellum. In fact, the wool that we so often think of sheep for today wasn’t an important part of their use until 6000 BC in Iran.

As early as 10,000 years ago in Central Asia, man discovered that the sheep was a good source of not only food but clothing. Sheep (Ovis aries) have long been a dietary staple as well as a textile source in Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Mongolia, Turkmenistan, New Zealand, Iceland and Greece are the countries where the biggest eaters of sheep and goats live. An average Mongolian eats nearly 50 kg of sheep and goat meat a year, according to Faostat. Central Europeans are on the other end of the scale hardly eating more than 0.5 kg a year per capita.

-1 Leg of Lamb
-Salt and Black Pepper
-30g of Butter
-4 Garlic Cloves
-1 Teaspoon of Black Pepper
-1 Teaspoon of Mustard Seeds
-Teaspoon of Rosemary
-1 Teaspoon of Chipotle Chilli Flakes
-Virgin Olive Oil
-1 Teaspoon of Smoked Sweet Paprika (Pimenton Dulce)
-Baby Potatoes
-2 Lids of Bourbon

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merve aksoy says:

Looks great 👍🏻 definitely will try!!

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