Slow Lamb with Baked Provencal Tomatoes

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  • on February 01, 2013

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    I used a 3lb semi-boneless leg of lamb and it only took two hours to bake! We had dinner much earlier than anticipated. Luckily, I had checked at the two hour mark and caught the meat before it became too dry. I baked it in a Dutch oven with the lid on. My whole family thought the lamb was delicious and I would definitely make it again. My husband and I also liked the tomatoes, but my kids did not. I served with yellow rice along with the tomatoes, but next time I will replace the latter with green beans. Five stars for the lamb, three for the tomatoes, four stars overall.

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  • on May 20, 2012

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    When I looked at this recipe I was afraid it might be a little bland and boring. I don't find much bone-in meat in my area, so I had about 5 pounds of boneless leg of lamb that I needed a recipe for. I love French and I love Laura, so I figured I'd try it. It was a terrific surprise, it turned out great. In the past, when I've made leg of lamb there's always been a substantial portion that I've thrown away because one could barely chew it. Every bit of this lamb was tender and delicious. The tomatoes were a nice side dish. This is a keeper. Thanks, Laura. Btw, I used a dutch oven and kept the lid on the whole time. I think the wine would reduce out without a lid. For some reason, the rating system isn't working right now- I'd give this 5 stars.

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  • on November 15, 2011

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    This recipe looks great and we plan on making it for Thanksgiving. The recipe doesn't specify if it is covered or uncovered while cooking. Does anyone know?

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  • on November 14, 2011

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    After watching "The Slow Show' episode, I decided to give this one a try. Since the butcher didn't have a 2 lbs lamb leg, I got a 4.7 lbs instead. My total roasting time was about 5 hours. It was very moist and meat falling off the bone, and my whole family raved about it. I forgot to up the amount of garlic and herbs, since I had more meat, so to my personally picky palate, it could have definitely use more garlic and herbs. Still a winner, and I love how I just prepare all this right after breakfast, and the rest of the day was an easy breeze.

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