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Recipe for 4 people
4 salt-bush lamb back-straps on the bone
2 large kumara
oil for frying
a pinch of Fruit Spice*
several generous pinches Wild thyme mix*
a couple of pinches of Alpine Pepper*
2 bunches broccolini
200ml lamb jus
(* Can be found at: www.dining-downunder.com/shop )
Recipe preparation steps
Remove the meat from the bone with a sharp, boning knife.
Season the lamb with wild thyme and tie it in place, back on the bone.
Pan sear the lamb to brown and cook it in a preheated oven for 8 minutes at 250°C.
Remove the meat from the oven and rest for 8 minutes
Peel the sweet potatoes and dice, steam in the microwave for about 10 minutes or until soft.
Using the same pan in which the lamb was cooked, add the sweet potato and a drizzle of
oil and fry until the potato becomes crispy; add
Spice and Alpine Pepper to taste.
Steam the broccolini and grill the figs.
and add a couple of pinches of Alpine Pepper.
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