Cooking Class: Roasting

Use this classic oven method for succulent meat and richly browned vegetables.

How To Roast Lamb

Master an elegant roast lamb, perfect for any occasion, with a few simple steps.

Lamb Leg Cuts


Loin Chops: These affordable, versatile chops are quick-cooking so they're great for week night meals. Marinate over night so flavor permeates or simply season and cook. For best flavor and visual appeal, sear them and roast at high heat.

Rack of Lamb: Rack of lamb is a prime cut for special occasions. Sear in a hot pan, coat with breadcrumbs or other flavorful ingredients, and roast the lamb at high heat. Its lean meat becomes tough if overcooked, so we recommend removing it from the oven when it reaches an internal temperature of 130º. Then allow it to stand until it reaches 135º for medium-rare.

Shanks: Lamb shanks are a tough cut with loads of connective tissue that breaks down over time when cooked at a low temperature. Slow roasting renders the meat tender and succulent.


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