5 Apr

slow roast lamb cooked in red wine and caramelised onions a god combination – i’ve made this but added about 10oz of 100% chocolate (which thickens and adds a gloss / different flavour) 🙂


We had some friends round for a delicious Sunday roast dinner. It took me almost 6 hours to make, but it was so nice to have people round for weekend food.

Serves 8

1.9kg leg lamb
2-3 onions (thinly sliced)
Thyme Sprigs
Salt & Pepper
500ml red wine



Heat the oven to gas mark 3 / 160C. Wipe the meat and season.

Put 3tbsp of Olive Oil into a frying pan and seal the lamb, cooking for  8mins and turning throughout. Remove the lamb and set aside.

On the hob in a heavy casserole dish (suitable for hob and oven) fry the onions in the olive oil/juices from the lamb, add a few sprigs of thyme and season well. Cook until softened.

Sit the lamb on top of the onion mix and pour the wine over the top. Cover the pan and cook for 4-5hrs, until…

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  1. Charles May 5, 2013 at 5:48 am #

    I love leg of lamb, but the girl I am going to marry in three weeks does not care for it. That is probably because she has never tasted it. I think I will surprise her some night.

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