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Recipes: Slow cooked Lamb Roast

Access Allied Health - Thursday, March 08, 2018
When I think lamb roast, I think LOTS of cooking time and business in the kitchen.  We love lamb roast and I've just discovered a quick an easy, no-fuss way to cook the slowcooker!  It's not as glamorous as the traditional lamb roast in the oven BUT it is still tasty and tender with the added bonus of quick and easy. Once cooked we love serving the lamb up with a salad platter, some wraps for those who like some carbs and minted yoghurt.  We also love cooking up the leftovers to make our spicy lamb.


Large lamb roast on the bone approx 2.5kg
Boiling water
Olive Oil
Salt & Pepper


    1. Trim the lamb roast of excess fat.  Rub with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
    2. Place lamb roast in slowcooker.  You will need a large slowcooker to cook a lamb leg of this size.  If you only have a small slow cooker you could purchase a rolled lamb roast instead.
    3. Fill the bottom of the slowcooker with boiling water, about 2 1/2 cm high and secure the lid.
    4. Set your slowcooker to cook on high for 5 hours or on low for 8 hours.  This will make your roast really tender and it should fall off the bone.
    5. Once cooked, turn off the slowcooker, remove the roast to a cutting board and cut up as desired.   
    Serves 6 - 8
    Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 5 - 8 hours
    Note:  Cooking in the slowcooker won't give you that nice browned look you get in the oven but it's still super tasty.  

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