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URGENT: Need cooking instructions for Leg of Lamb ASAP
My BGE is warming up and the leg of lamb's been marinating overnight .. Can anyone provide simple cooking instructions for LEg of Lamb ..[p]Thank You.
Howard H. Thaw,[p]Did you try
these ones from the recipe section?
Cornfed,[p]I looked at them .. but I want to do the whole leg. Wondering if I should sear it first at a higher temp and then go down to something lower ..[p] Do you have any experience with Lamb ..
Howard H. Thaw,[p]
350° indirect and about 20 minutes a pound. You may want to check the 1999 archive as well.[p]Ashley
Howard H. Thaw,[p]Unfortunately I do not. Zip posted a reply above and I also know that JJ made a leg of lamb which was very highly regarded at the last Eggtoberfest so hopefully he will chime in.[p]Sorry I can't be of more help,
Zip,[p]Thanks. It's on the roasting rack now ..[p]I'll let you know how it turns out ..
Howard H. Thaw,
As Zip stated' 350* for 20 min per lb to an internal temp of 160*. Cut several slits into the leg and insert a clove of garlic in each then rub the leg with rosemary. No searing just a steady dome temp.
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