It was a tough joint - without much lamb flavour.
This joint was the worst piece of meat I have ever
This joint was the worst piece of meat I have ever bought. There was hardly any meat in fact it was mostly grizzle and uneatable. I will definitely not be buying again, an absolute waste of money.
Tasted good, but was a bit tough. The cooking ti
Tasted good, but was a bit tough. The cooking time was wrong, I cooked it for the maximum specified time for medium and it was rare, needed an additional 15 minutes
I bought this lamb joint for the first time .( My husband complained we ate too much chicken ! ) It was excellent . I cooked it for 35 minutes , and let it rest for 10 minutes afterwards , covered with foil . It turned out a lovely pink / medium .
It was very tasty and easy to cook.
DO NOT BUY!
Disgusting, unfit for human consumption. Thrown in bin. Expensive waste.
Nasty ingredients giving a black tar in the oven
Nasty stuff. Too many ingredients. When we took this out of the oven there was a black tar residue. Definitely off the list.
Absolutely awful chewy fatty definitely didn’t feed 4, total waste of money wish I’d listened to the reviews
great for small families
really easy to cook and tasted great, just the right size portions for my family so no waste and only a small amount of plastic wrap that wasn't able to recycle. Much better than buying a leg joint and I will definitely buy it again.
Fabulous - Thinking out of the Tray
Thinking out of the tray! I decided to put the minted lamb in my slow cooker with the following steps. 1.Made a sauce melted butter and flour added half a pint of lamb gravy to thicken & 1/2 cup of wine put to one side. 2. Chopped 1carrot, 1 leek, 2 cloves of garlic put in slow cooker. Browned the lamb in a frying pan for 4 min each side. Put the meat on top of the veg in the slow cooker, add the sauce. Cook for 8 hours on low heat. It was fabulous -- to die for. Lamb so tender. Will definitely buy again.