Slow Roast Leg of Lamb Recipe with Wine
Slow Roast Leg of Lamb Recipe with Wine

Slow roast leg of lamb recipes – how to make slow roast lamb in the oven. Hungarian spicy bone-in leg of lamb roast to cook lamb shoulder or leg of lamb in the oven with simple and tasty ingredients like horseradish and wine marinade.

Learn in this video how to make a slow roast leg of lamb recipe by using a yummy and easy slow roast lamb recipe with horseradish marinade from Hungary!

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What ingredients do I need for a slow roast lamb with wine? ❓

1) 2-3 tbsp of grated horseradish root, raw or roasted, to taste
2) 1/2 tbsp of sugar
3) 1/2 tbsp of salt or to taste
4) 1 tbsp of white wine vinegar
5) 2 tbsp of olive oil
6) 3-4 kg / 100-140 oz of spring lamb meat (leg of lamb, lamb shoulder, lamb rack, lamb loin, lamb neck)
7) fresh sorrel leaves (optional), you can use instead rosemary or tarragon
8) garlic cloves to taste (I use a whole garlic head)
9) 1/2 tsp of black peppercorn or to taste
10) 300 ml of dry white wine (you can use water instead)

How to make a slow roast lamb from scratch? ❓

1) place horseradish into a bowl
2) add into the bowl sugar, salt, vinegar, and olive oil, then stir ingredients to combine them well
3) place the spring lamb meat on a tray, pour marinade over it, then rub the meat all over its surface to coat well and marinate inside
4) place into the tray aromatic herbs, garlic cloves, and black peppercorn, then cover the tray with foil and put it in the fridge for several hours (recommended)
5) take the tray out from the fridge and remove foil
6) pour wine into the tray and a little oil over the meat if it doesn’t have fat at all
7) cover the tray with foil, then place it in the oven at 180 C / 360 F and roast the meat about 60-90 minutes
8) take the tray out from the oven, remove foil, add some water if necessary, place it back into the oven and fry the meat at 200 C / 390 F until browned evenly (about 1 hour)
9) turn the oven off and leave the tray inside for about 30 minutes before serving the slow roast lamb (recommended)
10) take the tray out from the oven and slice the roast leg of lamb as desired

Cooking tips about the slow roast leg of lamb recipe with wine 🔎

Slow roast lamb in the oven belongs to the most popular lamb recipes throughout the world. Any lamb is a good option to cook delicious food and especially spring lamb meat because it is very tender and has a unique taste.

I’m a big fan of lamb, so I cook it as many time as I have the occasion. I prepare different lamb recipes but most often I cook slow roast leg of lamb in the oven.

Slow cooked leg of lamb is a fantastic way to serve spring lamb meat. If prepared in the right way, roasted lamb turns into an exceptional meal that will please everyone.

The slow roast leg of lamb recipe presented on this page is very easy to make. The necessary ingredients are pretty easy to find and the cooking method is quite simple.

The only notable cooking tip about this slow roast lamb recipe is to prepare it at low temperatures to allow the meat enough time to soften.

Another advice is to let the meat to marinate a couple of hours so that flavors are better absorbed inside.

I often use this slow roast leg of lamb recipe for the Easter dinner because of its very refined taste and easy cooking method. Try it once!

Enjoy slow roast leg of lamb recipe with wine!

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