Loin of lamb with apple & ginger stuffing
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Loin of lamb with apple & ginger stuffing
  Lamb    Apple    Ginger    Stuffing  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:27:40 AM. Recipe ID 62675. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Loin of lamb with apple & ginger stuffing
 Categories: Ireland, Meats, Main dish
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      3 lb Loin of lamb, boned
      2    Cloves garlic
           Sea salt and pepper
      2 c  Cider (preferably hard)
      2    Cooking apples
           Juice of 1 lemon
      1 ts Sugar
      1 ts Ground ginger
 
  First make the stuffing.  Peel and core the apples, slice thinly and
  put into a saucepan with the lemon juice, sugar and ginger. Cook over
  a gentle heat until the apples are just soft, then set aside to cool.
  . Preheat the oven for 400 F.  Trim the lamb, remove the skin and
  score the fat. Lay the joint out on a board, fat side down. Spoon the
  apple mixture along the center.  Roll up and tie with twine.  Peel
  the garlic and cut it into slivers, then pierce the joint all over
  with the point of a sharp knife and slip the slivers of garlic into
  the pockets formed. Season with the salt and pepper, put the joint in
  a roasting pan and cook in the hot oven for 30 minutes, then heat the
  cider in a small pan and pour it over the lamb. Reduce the heat to
  moderate (350F) and cook for another 40 minutes, basting frequently.
  When the lamb is cooked, put it onto a heated serving dish and keep
  warm. Remove any excess fat from the pan juices, boil up over a high
  heat until reduced slightly, and serve with the sliced lamb.
 




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Recipe ID 62675 (Apr 03, 2005)

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