Grass Fed Boneless Shoulder of Lamb
Wonderfully delicious for a hearty Sunday lunch Read more
Why we love this
We like to make your life super simple, there's nothing more simple to roast than our boneless shoulder of grass-fed lamb. With meticulous butchery, this joint is not only wonderfully delicious, it looks fantastic served up for a hearty Sunday roast. With a good balance of melting fat, our boneless shoulder of lamb has a more-ish depth of flavour.
We grow our lamb slowly, only ever feeding a diet of grass for the entirety of their lives, they take a little longer to finish and so, are classed as Hogget. The maturity of our Hogget creates a richer depth of flavour and marbling than you find in younger lamb.
Grass Fed Lamb
Sit the shoulder on a rack in a roasting pan. Place in a pre-heated oven at 180C.
Check after 60 minutes. The target temperature on the meat thermometer is 70C. The cooking time is likely to be 75 - 90 minutes.
For a slower cook, the oven can be turned down to 150°c after 30 minutes. The total cooking time is then likely to be about 120 minutes.
Because of the nature of the shoulder it is ideal for a long slow cook either in a slow cooker or the bottom oven of an aga. Once cooked, rest for at least 15 minutes.
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