Easter weekend is looming and I am sure you all have plans to be with friends and family so I wanted to get this one in early in case you decide to do an Indian twist on your Sunday roast next weekend. This is my Mutton Raan - 2 marinades over 48 hours and then a low and slow cook until the meat falls away. It's #recipeoftheweek time!
Do be careful at the end that you don't burn the honey!
What do we think??

11 comments,1 shares,10 likes
Hari Ghotra
11 months

Hi @fionamcd62 I would do it for 3-4 hours. Glad it smells good!

fionamcd62
11 months

Smells amazing so far 😜

fionamcd62
11 months

My leg of lamb is half weight in recipe. Should I just half the cooking time @harighotra

Andrew Cockburn
12 months

I would make a nice Madras masala to use as a dipping sauce!

ediblegarden
12 months

Now it happens that my usual sauce for roast mutton is to add some Merlot to the juices, some mint and a little vinegar, seasoning and honey and reduce using a bit of flour if necessary. Would that be allowed; or should I leave out the mint and vinegar this time 😂?

ediblegarden
12 months

That looks pretty awesome. If I can gather some faithful in I might try for Friday 😁

Andrew Cockburn
12 months

Looks amazing ... sadly my Mother in Law would never try it so we will be making ham, but one day :)

andrewsherman
12 months

We’re doing the Keralan fish curry Friday so this one will have to wait...... not too long though!

Hari Ghotra
12 months

It’s great to stuff into pitta with salad or with lemon rice, spiced runner beans. You can make a sauce with the juices too @fionamcd62

fionamcd62
12 months

Any suggestions what to serve with it? Raita, flatbreads,......?

Arthur vdH
12 months

I get hungry just looking at the recipe, but unfortunately I cannot sell “cute” meat on the guests I’ll be having. Especially with bone in. :-(

This is one for another day, I’m afraid.