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    Roast Rack of Lamb and 3 veg.



    Hi everyone,
    I am dedicating this recipe to one of our newer members. I cant think why but somehow Ice Maiden reminded me of one of my favourite dishes. Rack of Lamb.



    As I will be on the ground in the Los very soon I am really going for it with all the western foods that I will not be able to get so easily when I arrive.

    This one always makes my mouth water. The Rack of Lamb I mean.

    It is dead simple this one so lets get cooking. :chef emoticon:

    Rack of Lamb and 3 Vegetables.

    Here is what you will need folks.



    So we have,

    One trimmed rack of lamb meat
    One carrot
    Two spuds
    One wotsit of Brocolli
    One stock cube

    Righto, so first off you will need to get out the old saucepan, chop up the spuds and carrot and sling them into the saucepan along with the stock cube and allow it to come to the boil for about 6minutes. We are only gonna par boil the veg as we will be adding into the oven later. You will find that the stock gives the spuds that extra bit of flavour.

    Here is a pic of the veg in the saucepan.



    Yikes, I should have wiped down the cooktop before I took that one. :embarrassed:

    Anyway, almost straight away it is time to bung the meat into the preheated oven. Anywhere between 180 and 220 degrees is good coz as Ma Sensible used to say, "It is very hard to overcook lamb."

    Now how did that pic get in there again?

    Anyway, when the spuds and carrot are slightly softened(stick a knife into them to see) simply add them to the oven with the meat.




    Dont light a ciggy just yet coz you have one more little job to do yet.
    Bung the wotsit of brocolli into the same boiling water that you did the spuds in and put the lid on the saucepan and remember to turn the heat down under the saucepan.



    You may now light a ciggy and relax for a few minutes but dont go too far away coz it wont be long now before you are getting stuck in.

    Righto, bib on and up to the table now coz if you have followed me so far this is what your dish should like.



    Bon app everyone.

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    Only minutes later..............



    Burp.



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    looks lovely, but I think you could have made use of the stock from the veg and the meat to make a nice gravy.

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    hmmm.....now why didnt I think of that?

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    Oi! Sensible.

    Lift yer game.
    You promised us you was as good as that Oliver bloke and you said you was just as naked!!!

    Fergot the gravy!!

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    I think if I was served this in a restaurant I would send it back, undercooked potatoes,burnt carrots and bits from a baby sheep, I mean fok me it was only a baby and cos you kept looking at ice maidens tits you decided to help in the killing of baby sheep, foking nasty bstard

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    Well, it might be true that I have been a little preoccupied in the last coupla days but, fer fok sake, you guys are very critical.

    btw, it was deelish.

    Burp.

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    It looked very nice Cap and I'm sure after the lovely construcive critisism from the other members that the next one you do will be even more delish.

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    Do you take requests captain, cos if you do, i'd like you to whip up something carb free.
    Far too many potatoes and pieces of bread for me to consume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Do you take requests captain, cos if you do, i'd like you to whip up something carb free.
    Far too many potatoes and pieces of bread for me to consume.
    Well I can CMN. Of course I can. Just this morning I opened a tin of cling peaches.

    Please feel free to post a carb free recipe if you like mate.
    Tonight I am gonna have my special seafood soup again. It is authentic too coz it says so on the packet.

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    Man the saliva is dripping now. Lamb one of my all time favorites. But so hard to get here. You did need some gravy though. Now I am thinking I want a rack of lamb for my belated Christmas present. Damn that looked so darn good. Yummy.

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    Will they let me bring food (meat) from Oz to Los?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sensible
    Will they let me bring food (meat) from Oz to Los?
    No problem Cap.
    Just put it between the heroin and the dynamite, she'll be apples!

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    Nice recipe

    And I thought it looked quite tasty actualy, ignore the meanies!

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    I used to enjoy the old rack of lamb and veg,but murdering baby sheep isn't my bag anymore.
    Besides,in australia lamb is an outrageous price nowadays.

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    ^^

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    Ah, one of my favourite dishes. Who cares about the baby lambs?

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