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Lamb shoulder - slow cooked for eating cold?

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BlingLoving Tue 29-Sep-09 11:10:37

I have a nice lamb shoulder in the freezer and some friends coming round for a light lunch on the weekend. I normally do lamb shoulder in a casserole but was thinking of slow roasting it the night before with garlic, rosemary, lemon and anchovies (sounds disgusting but it's from a brilliant roast lamb recipe I do)and serving cold.

Do you think this will work or will the shoulder be fatty and icky cold.

wingandprayer Tue 29-Sep-09 11:14:24

Shoulder in particular quite fatty, and although slow cooking should render most of that you won't know until it's ok cold until it's too late IYKWIM

BlingLoving Tue 29-Sep-09 11:26:14

That's what I was worrying about. Mmmm... maybe I'll do it, and if it turns out too fatty then I'll zip to the shops and get something else?

overmydeadbody Tue 29-Sep-09 11:29:07

Lamb is much nicer served hot rather than cold, so if you have lamb and want to do that I'd stick to serving it hot tbh.

overmydeadbody Tue 29-Sep-09 11:30:43

Why not do hot roast lamb with new potatoes and a nice big salad and crusty bread?

BlingLoving Tue 29-Sep-09 11:33:08

I could do that - you're right. And if it's slow cooked I could put it on early and just leave it. I'll probably do that. I did that with pork belly last week and it was excellent.

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