Thursday

Mustard crusted Lamb





This was my Valentine meal...for one as Mr D was away...sob sob...

However this serves 2

1 x French trimmed rack of lamb
A large handful of breadcrumbs
1 1/2 tbsp flat leaf parsley chopped
1 tsp rosemary chopped
2 tbsp olive oil
salt and pepper to season
1 1/2 tbsp wholegrain mustard

Mix together the breadcrumbs, parsley, rosemary and olive oil. Season well.




Pre heat the oven to 220C. 

Season lamb with salt and pepper. Put an oven proof pan on the hob with a bit of oil and when hot, but not smoking, brown the lamb on both sides. 




Once browned, spread the meaty side with a thin layer of mustard. put the breadcrumb mixture ontop of the mustard and press lightly so that it sticks to the lamb.




Roast the lamb for 10-12minutes if you like it pink like me (about 15-18 minutes for more well done) then set it to rest for 5/8 minutes before slicing and serving.

I had mine with a warm bean and spinach salad (fry coooked beans in garlic and onions then adding the spinach) 
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