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Old January 1st, 2013, 10:52 AM   #1
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Default butterflyed lamb

A stolen recipe from Belinda Jeffreys.
Get your leg of lamb butterflied{de boned}
Get a couple of large freezer bags .
Crush 4 cloves of garlic , 3/4 of a table spoon of ginger.
a tea spoon of salt ,3 table spoons of sweet chilli sauce , a dash of soy sauce if desired {but not really necessary},4 table spoons of olive oil,5 finely chopped green leeks or spring onions, some finely chopped parsley and squeeze a lime all into that freezer bag. even stick the lamb in the freezer bag also.tie a knot in the bag and double bag it in case it tears. rub the marinade all over the lamb whilst its in the bag.
Let it sit in the fridge for approx 12 hrs or longer.
you can cook it layed flat in a weber bbq , on the bbq grill on low covered with foil,
or in the oven on a roasting pan.but dont forget to turn it once.
I use a beer keg converted to a weber oven.
The time you cook it for depends on how well done you like your lamb.
let it it rest for 5 mins covered with foil before carving.

Note.please Dont use hot chilli sauce. try to use sweet chilli sauce.
You can smother it with hot sauce if desired later on.
Hope you give it a go if you like flavour you'll like this 1
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Old January 10th, 2013, 01:49 AM   #2
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That's so mean! Those poor lambs! You shouldn't eat something that has such a sweet face and disposition! They weren't doing anything to you, you brute!

Ahhh, just fuckinwithya. Sounds tasty! Bet it makes a damnn good sammich the next day too!
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Old January 10th, 2013, 11:03 AM   #3
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Default the hard facts foot 2

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That's so mean! Those poor lambs! You shouldn't eat something that has such a sweet face and disposition! They weren't doing anything to you, you brute!

Ahhh, just fuckinwithya. Sounds tasty! Bet it makes a damnn good sammich the next day too!
The cuter the animal the better it tastes.
Want my Roo/valakia recipe,Rabbit stew perhaps?
Done a leg of lamb with garlic cloves pushed into cut slots,Salt and bit of sweet chilli sauce cooked in the beer keg tonight .
roast vegies in the oven and gravy.Ive ran out of beer and its a warm night in east gippsland .will drink scotch instead mate
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