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Marinated Butterflied Leg of Lamb - Which way? (Read 160 times)
 
Jan 23rd, 2021 at 5:46pm

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Hi All,

Mrs Rabz bought a marinated butterflied leg of lamb which was on special at Aldi.

I thought I might dig out a camp oven and do it with veggies.

However the marinade has honey in it, so now I am torn between the CO and doing it over charcoal to caramelise the honey and get that charcoal char flavour.

What to do?
 

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Reply #1 - Jan 23rd, 2021 at 6:16pm

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For me that type of lamb needs to be chargrilled.  That really is what they are designed for.

They cook up very nicely on a Weber Q actually.  Straight on the grill plates.
 

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Hi Derek,

Yes I am leaning that way too.

Heatwave and possible fire bans notwithstanding I think I'll chargrill it on the kettle bbq.  Chargrilled potato, kumala, pumpkin, carrots and corn will do for accompaniments.

I'll use some coconut heat beads and a little hickory for flavour wood.

If we do have fire bans (or if it's just too hot) the gas grill will do a good enough job in it's place).
 

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