Four alternative roast dinner recipes
This is a unique twist to a sunday roast and is a perfect family dish because of its mild spice and buttery flavour. Ghee can be purchased in Asian or world foods sections of supermarkets
With the luxury of being able to prep meals while working from home, you can enjoy experimenting with lamb legs and joints with exotic flavour combinations or as an alternative to turkey at Christmas.
The leftovers can also be used in other dishes as an amazing lunch time treat the next day. Here are some of our favourite alternatives to a classic ‘Sunday roast’ dinner.
Asian Style Roast Lamb
We love this dish because it is easy to make and requires only a few ingredients– sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, lime & coriander. Fiona Uyema created this dish for Try Lamb. She recommends taking the leg of lamb out of the fridge at least an hour before prepping it. Serve with roasted vegetables and potatoes. To make this recipe visit here.
Mangalorean LAMB GHEE ROAST
This is a unique twist to a sunday roast and is a perfect family dish because of its mild spice and buttery flavour. Ghee can be purchased in an Asian supermarket or world food sections of any supermarket. Visit the recipe page here
Leg of Lamb with Cranberry and Pinenut stuffing
This succulent leg of lamb recipe is a unique alternative to turkey. This is perfect for anyone who doesn’t like traditional festive food at Christmas time, and it’s ideal for smaller groups gathering on Christmas Day. Check out the recipe here
Harissa Butterfly Leg of Lamb
Adrian Martin created this dish especially for Try Lamb. It’s so easy and the meat and vegetables can be cooked in one roasting tin, saving time on doing the dishes afterwards. Harissa paste can be purchased in large supermarkets or in Afro-Asian supermarkets. Ask your local butcher to butterfly the leg of lamb and leave 12 hours pre-cooking time to marinate the lamb. Check out the recipe here. Try out GastroGays lamb tagine recipe with the leftovers.