This show-stopping roast is a great dish for entertaining. When slow-roasted in this way, the lamb becomes so meltingly soft that it falls off the bone, perfect for stuffing into pockets of flatbread alongside salads, yogurt and pickles, shawarma-style. Start it the night before, so the marinade has a chance to infuse the lamb.
In late spring, when the British asparagus season is in full swing, homegrown free-range lamb is at its most tender. It’s the perfect time to swap the Sunday roast for lightly grilled lamb chops.
Lamb keema is hugely popular across the Indian subcontinent and the comforting combination of minced lamb, peas and gravy make this a perfect choice for curry aficionados and newbies alike.