How to Cook:
It can be cooked in a variety of ways - slow-cooked, slow-roasted, braised, or stewed with a toast of vegetables, wine, and seasoned with herbs and spices.
This boneless rendition can be cut in cubes and chops for kebabs or stews. It can also be cut in half then rolled and tied again to make it more packed.
Easy Roast Lamb Shoulder
1 pack Boneless Lamb Shoulder
5 tbsp mustard in grains
4 tbsp chopped fresh thyme, chopped
1.5 cup lemon juice
10 cloves garlic, minced
1 cup extra-virgin olive oil
Salt and ground black pepper
Mix mustard, thyme, lemon juice, and garlic in a large container with a lid.
Sprinkle with salt to season.
Stir in olive oil little by little.
Sprinkle with pepper to season.
Dip the lamb shoulder in the mixture and evenly coat and soak the meat.
Cover the container and let sit for more than an hour to marinate.
Bake the lamb in the oven for an hour and 40 minutes for a medium roast.
When cooked, take out and let sit for 15 minutes.
Serve and enjoy!
This cut can potentially promote health due to the number of nutrients contained in its meat. It may help support the cells, liver, brain, heart, immune system and fight off toxins.
Lamb meat is said to contain essential fats called the conjugated linoleic acid, which is said to have anti-cancer properties.
It is also an excellent source of several vitamins and minerals. It is high in vitamin B12, which promotes the health of the blood cells, the nervous system, and DNA structure. It aids as well in boosting the mood. Every one hundred grams contain 33% of the daily recommended value.
It is also a good source of zinc and phosphorus. The same quantity provides 21% and 15% respectively. These minerals aid in boosting the immune system, brain function, skin health, growth, and maintenance of the body's chemical balance.