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Posted 845 days ago
Recipe looks fab and easy. Have bought the lamb but are any of you computer buffs out there? I want to print the recipe out but after having "selected" just the recipe - (dont want all the pretty pics and adverts which take up 4 pages of printer ink) when I "control P" my computer does not give me an option to "select" only - any ideas?. Lamb going in brand new slow cooker tomorrow morning as need carrots and parsnips and car in the garage being serviced!
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Matty Stuart
Posted 1130 days ago
This is currently sitting in my slow cooker, substituted the veg stock for white wine, smelling great already!
Simon
Posted 1211 days ago
You mention in the ingredients "mint Jelly" is this to add with the soy sauce and other ingredients in the slow cooker or as a sauce to have with the finished meal.?
Rebekah
Posted 1928 days ago
trying this today! will let you know how it goes
Marcelle
Posted 1942 days ago
New Years Day 2012 this recipe is a great start, smells great
Penny
Posted 2018 days ago
cooked this on Saturday it was soooo easy and really tasty, thanks
Glenda
Posted 2032 days ago
I'm really impressed with your recipe, can't wait to get started.
Thanks
hayley
Posted 2042 days ago
i love lamb
Moll
Posted 2223 days ago
I've just discovered your website. Wow! I bought a new slow cooker yesterday and didn't quite know what to do with it. Now I do.

Thanks.
rhonda
Posted 2228 days ago
this recipe is so nice and so easy to follow...thank you
Denaellen
Posted 2239 days ago
Can you cook dumplings in a slow cooker?
ChrisR
Posted 2245 days ago
This was just so tasty. We are not normally keen on parsnips but left them in any way, glad we did. By the way we have a similar recipe where we substitute the stock for half bottle of dry white wine.
Jen
Posted 2292 days ago
Can you use dark soy sauce?
Jasmine
Posted 2313 days ago
Looks good; can anyone tell me how many people does this feed?
Alma
Posted 2390 days ago
Absolutely DEEELICIOUS!!! Followed directions exactly, minus the parsnip as we don't generally eat them. Dished up with boiled new potatoes and steamed cauliflower and brocolli.
Richard
Posted 2398 days ago
The same amount of time.
phil
Posted 2398 days ago
if recipe is for 5lbs of meat @6-7 hrswhat would the cooking time for2.5lbs be
john wilson
Posted 2415 days ago
Good recipe. As there is no mention of the Mint, I can only assume it is there to serve with the lamb.
Rob Copleston
Posted 2431 days ago
Where did the mint go? :-)
Christine Nash
Posted 2505 days ago
Followed your lamb recipe - first meal in our slow cooker - it was easy to follow - looks good already - Thanks
liz adey
Posted 2615 days ago
Well lamb now starting to cook,alreadya nice aroma, looking forward to 7.30 and hope this wll be an enjoyable evening meal will let you know
Olga Slattery
Posted 2618 days ago
definately goin to try this recipe sounds great will let u know the results mmmmmmmm
 

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Slow Cooker Leg of Lamb with Vegetables

Slow Cooker Leg of Lamb with Vegetables

Leg of Lamb is rated 2.8 / 5 based on 441 votes.

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Preparation time:
Slow Cooker Size 5L
Serves: 4
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The words leg of lamb bring jovial images to mind; those of joyous occasions, celebrations, holidays and traditions. It can be cooked using many methods, including grilling, a rotisserie, and baking in an oven. However, some methods of cooking required a lot of attention and basting.

This slow cooker leg of lamb recipe will save you that trouble and help the meat to stay juicy, tender and flavourful. This is basically an entire meal because of the wonderful vegetables that will absorb flavour from and lend flavour to the leg of lamb. When purchasing your lamb, be sure it is a bright colour and not dark or dull. This will ensure freshness.

Ingredients

  • 1 leg of lamb about 5 lb (2 kg)
  • 1 onion
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 parsnip
  • 5 garlic cloves
  • 2 tablespoons of fresh or dried rosemary
  • salt (omit if not using salt free stock and or low sodium soy sauce)
  • pepper
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 cups of salt free vegetable stock
  • ľ cup of low salt soy sauce
  • mint jelly

Steps:

  • Start by turning on the slow cooker to low heat and leave the cover on it. This will make sure itís ready to use after you do the other preparation.|
  • Peel and slice the garlic.
  • With a sharp knife, cut small slits into the leg of lamb at random spots around the whole piece of meat. Place a slice of the garlic in each slit. Chop the rosemary (no need too if you are using dried rosemary) and rub the leg of lamb down well with it. Add the pepper according to your liking. If you are not using sodium free stock and sodium free soy sauce, you can add salt now, too. Even if you are, you can add salt if you like your food very salty; otherwise omit it.
  • Brown the leg of lamb in olive oil on all sides in a large skillet.
  • While the lamb is browning, peel and slice the onion, carrot and parsnip. Add them to the slow cooker and pour the vegetable stock and the soy sauce over them. When the lamb is browned, put it into the cooker right on top of the vegetables.
  • Cover the slow cooker and cook the lamb for 6 or 7 hours on low. While slow cookers are known for being able to cook foods for a very long time without burning them, itís a good idea not to cook the lamb longer than that. That could cause it to get dry and stringy.
  • Before serving, take the leg of lamb out of the slow cooker and let it rest on a rack or a platter for about 20 minutes. It will then be ready for slicing. You can use the remaining juices in the cooker as gravy and freeze any of it that is left over for gravy for future meals.
  • Lamb is always good served with rice or rice pilaf, or noodles. If the amount of vegetables in the slow cooker are not enough for your meal, you can always steam some brussel sprouts, acorn squash, or other fresh vegetable.
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