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Slow roasted lamb with olives
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A boneless shoulder of lamb is perfect for slow roasting as it becomes tender and a treat to carve. If it’s more convenient, you can stuff and roll up the joint the day before, then chill until you're ready to cook.
Serves: 8 with leftovers
Slow-roasted joints are great for entertaining as it doesn’t matter if they’re left in the oven longer than intended. Simply cover with foil and reduce the oven to its lowest setting until you’re ready to eat.
Waitrose Cerro de la Mesa 2006 Crianza, Rioja, Spain
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This recipe was first published in April 2010.