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Lamb Recipes and Beef Recipes You Have to Savour Before You Die!

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Lamb recipes and beef recipes are two of the most widely favoured meats around the world that can find their application in making various delectable dishes.

When it comes to the premier beef and lamb, the Europeans take the number one spot. With a bovine population of 87 million, Europe has a production of 7.5 million tons of beef. Moreover, the Europeans produce around 925,000 tons of sheep as well as goat meat with a self-sufficiency rate of 88%.

A substantial part of this meat gets exported to foreign countries including Hong Kong where it gets transformed into scrumptious delicacies.

Here are some of the world-famous beef recipes prepared from lamb and beef:

1.Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast One of the delicious beef recipes, follow the steps to cook the Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast as your meal

How to Cook:

Blend the cream of dry onion soup mix, mushroom soup, and water in a slow cooker. Place the pot roast in it and put a soup mixture coat over it.

Cook it for 3 - 4 hours in high setting or 8 to 9 hours in low setting. Your scrumptious dish is ready!

Now, moving from beef to lamb recipes…

2.Roast Lamb Leg along with Rosemary Apart from beef recipes, the below lamb recipes is easy to cook and suitable for lamb lovers.

How to cook:

Most preferred lamb recipes, this one is easy to prepare. Mix rosemary, honey, ground black pepper, lemon zest, mustard and garlic in a small container. Marinate the lamb with this mixture. Leave the lamb overnight in refrigerator.

Preheat the oven for 230 degree C, sprinkle salt over the lamb and place it on a roasting pan. Cook the lamb for 20 minutes at 230 degree C. Then again, cook for 1 hour in a decreased heat of 200 degree C.

Let the lamb sit idle for another 10 minutes; the temperature inside it is 63 degree. It’ll be ready. These above-mentioned lamb recipes and beef recipes are globally popular which some experts consider one should try before one dies.



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