Wow your guests on Easter with this spectacular slow-cooked shoulder of lamb. Discover our genius ideas for using up any leftover meat from a crispy hash to a hearty pasta bake. Get stuck in!
Get Easter lunch sorted with your slow-cooker. Marinate your lamb shoulder with a sticky and sweet glaze made with honey, harissa and rosemary. Slow-cook your lamb for 5 hrs until the meat is tender and falls off the bone. Use two forks to shred the meat, then pile onto zingy whipped feta. This is a main that’s sure to impress. Why not serve alongside these gorgeous boulangère potatoes?
Use any leftover shredded lamb to make this Middle-Eastern-inspired dish. Whip up homemade flatbreads with just flour and natural yogurt, then top with colourful veg and your lamb. Garnish with a drizzle of tahini and a sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds.
This pasta bake takes inspiration from a Turkish manti. Leftover lamb and aubergine are flavoured with sumac, garlic and pine nuts. Top the mixture with a rich tomato sauce, yogurt, and Parmesan, then bake until golden and bubbling.
Liven up your leftover lamb with this easy hash recipe – great for brunch, lunch or dinner! Potatoes and tender lamb are pan-fried until crispy with spring onions and greens. This tastes extra-good with a drizzle of hot sauce on top.
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