A mouth-watering recipe by Executive Chef Mike Watts.
Slow Braised Lamb Shoulder
Follow the below steps to create the perfect slow braised lamb shoulder with a coronation-inspired rub at home.
1 X boned & rolled lamb shoulder
3 litres lamb stock
Lightly season the lamb shoulder and seal off the meat in a heavy based pan
Use a skewer to prick the lamb shoulder all over
Cover with the rub and leave overnight
Put the lamb shoulder in a suitable oven proof dish cover with the lamb stock (Make sure that the lamb shoulder is completely submerged) and braise slowly at 130 degrees centigrade for 6 – 8 hours making sure to keep topping up the liquid in the dish where necessary.
Wild Garlic & Onion Seed Rub:
200g wild garlic - forage for your own like the chefs pictured, it likes shady damp conditions in forests and woodland
1 tbsp black onion seed
1 tsp mild curry powder
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp cumin seed
1 tsp black mustard seed
1tsp coriander seeds
2 tbsp sea salt
Combine all of the dry ingredients in a spice grinder and pulse to a fine rub
Add the wild garlic to the grinder and blitz together with the spice mix
120g blanched almonds
240g roasted red peppers
1 garlic clove
1 ½ tbsp sherry vinegar
1 tsp smoked paprika
30 ml olive oil
Blitz all of the ingredients in a food processer
Season to taste
Vegetables to serve
Roasted sweet potato, chargrilled asparagus and Romanesque.
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