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Roast Lamb


A leg of lamb is usually sent from market wrapped in caul; remove caul, wipe meat, sprinkle with salt and pepper, place on rack in dripping-pan, and dredge meat and bottom of pan with flour. Place in hot oven, and baste as soon as flour in pan is brown, and every fifteen minutes afterwards until meat is done, which will take about one and three-fourths hours. It may be necessary to put a small quantity of water in pan while meat is cooking. Leg of lamb may be boned and stuffed for roasting. See Stuffing, under Braised Mutton. Make gravy, following directions for Roast Beef Gravy, or serve with Currant Jelly Sauce.

To Carve a Leg of Lamb

Cut in thin slices across grain of meat, to the bone, beginning at top of the leg.


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The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (1896).

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