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       Title: MARINATED LAMB
  Categories: Meats, Usenet
       Yield: 4 servings
  
       1 c  Red wine
     1/2 c  Soy sauce (up
            -to 3/4 C)
       1 T  Rosemary leaves,
            -crushed
       1 T  Black pepper, fresh
       4    Garlic cloves, crushed
       1    Half leg of lamb,
            -butterflied
  
   Mix together all of the ingredients except the lamb.  Place the lamb in a
   bowl or pan that will not be corroded by the marinade (a glass 9x13 pan
   works well).
   
   Pour most of the marinade over the lamb.  Swish the lamb around and get it
   soaked on both sides.  Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for at least
   several hours, turning occasionally.
   
   Start a fire in the grill and get the coals very warm but not flaming.
   Place lamb on grill about 3-4 inches from the coals. Cook on this side for
   20 minutes, basting with the extra marinade occasionally. Turn the meat
   over and cook another 20 minutes.
   
   After 10 minutes on the second side, start checking for doneness. Contrary
   to many people’s ideas, lamb should not be well done but should still be a
   little pink. When done, slice thin and serve.
   
   NOTES:
   
   *  Grilled butterflied leg of lamb -- This is the best recipe I have ever
   had for lamb. It really brings out the flavor wonderfully. It came
   originally from the “Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook.”
   
   A wonderful side dish for this is the Spanish recipe for Garlic fried
   potatoes.  Yield:  Serves 4-6.
   
   *  For the meat, you need a half leg of lamb which has been butterflied.  A
   good butcher can do this for you but don't be afraid of trying it yourself.
   To butterfly the leg, take a sharp knife and start at the side and work
   towards the bone.  Once you have found the bone, work along it so you have
   one side completely slit and then cut out the bone. Depending on which end
   of the leg you have, you may need to puzzle over some of the weirdnesses of
   the bone shape. Don't discard the bone, it makes interesting soup.
   
   : Difficulty:  easy.
   : Time:  5 minutes preparation, overnight marinating, 40 minutes cooking.
   : Precision:  no need to measure.
   
   : Anita Cochran
   : Astronomy Dept., The Univ.  of Texas, Austin, TX, 78712
   : anita@astro.as.utexas.edu  {noao, ut-sally, ut-emx}!utastro!anita
   
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