Lamb?

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  1. Chicaloca

    Chicaloca Silver Member

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    I know you need to remove all fat etc etc when cooking meats. But I want to buy a Tesco Fresh Lamb Boneless Rolled Shoulder, to do the recipe someone posted earlier in my slow cooker :) and it has some fat on the outside, nothing huge, but how would you syn it?? Actually looking at it again, its not fat just some pink stuff, really thin!?
     
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    if it is fat aslong and you cook it and remove the fat before you eat it, it shopuld be fine
     
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    When i use fattier meats like lamb in my slow cooker I cook the meal the day before I want it, then refrigerate it 'til the next day. That way you can scrape off any fat that settles on the top with a spoon very easily before warming it through it again.
     
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