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Thyme Rubbed Leg of Lamb

Updated on March 11, 2015

Thyme Rubbed Leg of Lamb

Mmm just thinking about it make me hungry so to fill that hunger I am going to make a thyme rubbed leg of lamb that I am going to roast it with some shallots and ginger to give it that extra pop of flavor.
Mmm just thinking about it make me hungry so to fill that hunger I am going to make a thyme rubbed leg of lamb that I am going to roast it with some shallots and ginger to give it that extra pop of flavor. | Source

Thyme Rubbed Leg of Lamb

Thyme Rubbed Leg of Lamb

There is nothing better than having the smell of something roasting in your oven the smell going all over your house filling up every part of your house…….mmm just thinking about it make me hungry so to fill that hunger I am going to make a thyme rubbed leg of lamb that I am going to roast it with some shallots and ginger to give it that extra pop of flavor.

Thyme Rubbed Leg of Lamb

Ingredients

4 medium shallots

4 Tablespoons of chopped fresh thyme

2 teaspoons of onion powder

1 teaspoon of grated ginger

1 teaspoon of brown sugar

1/2 teaspoon of course black pepper

1 teaspoon of sea salt

2-7 pound leg of lamb, trimmed

Methods

Using your food processor combine shallots, thyme, onion powder, grated ginger, brown sugar, sea salt and pepper; process until finely chopped. Rub evenly on the top and sides of the leg of lambs. Cover and refrigerate at least 8 to 24 hours. The next day preheat oven to 325°F. Coat a roasting rack with nonstick cooking spray, and place in a roasting pan. Place leg the leg of lamb on roasting rack then place he lamb in the oven in the center rack and roast for 1.5 hours or until your thermometer reaches 135°this will make it medium rare or you can roast to it reaches your desire doneness either way at this point remove from oven and let rest for 15 minutes before slicing.

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      sallieannluvslife 2 years ago from Eastern Shore

      This looks delicious!...I was a little hesitant with the "Thyme rubbed" part because I really do not like dried thyme - at all, but was happy to see when I read the hub that you used fresh thyme, which is sooo much better than the dried stuff! When I was little, we would have lamb for Easter dinner and this looks like a great recipe just for that!!

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      Handicapped Chef 2 years ago from Radcliff Ky

      sallieannluvslife thank you so much I am telling you the fresh thyme along with the shallots really brings the flavor to the lamb you have to try it

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