Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style
Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Slow roasted lamb Moroccan style is such an easy recipe. You can even prepare it the day before so that you can just put it in the oven the following day. Cooked Low & Slow it means you can get on with other things during the day.

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For an easy to follow Mediterranean Flatbread recipe see the ‘Ome Made Group. This bread is ideal for serving with Moroccan flavoured lamb.

Slow Roasted Moroccan Lamb
Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style

Slow Roasted Moroccan Lamb is such a tasty dish and it is really easy. Not only that, but while it's in the oven working it's magic you can get on with other things. Ideal if you're wanting some quality time with the family.
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Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 30 minutes
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Mediterranean
Servings 8 people


  • 1 whole lamb shoulder Or 1/2 shoulder (just halve ingredients)
  • 2 tablespoons 'Ome Made Moroccan Rub-a-Dub-Rub Or your own spices or other shop bought
  • 2 whole garlic cloves crushed or grated
  • 2 teaspoons salt


  • Rub all the ingredients in to the lamb shoulder. If you have time, do this the night before and leave in the fridge to marinate. Let the lamb come up to room temperature before cooking by taking out of the fridge an hour before cooking. Pre-heat the oven to 165°C (conventional oven) or 145℃ (fan oven)
  • Place the lamb in a roasting pan, ideally on a rack so that it doesn't sit on the bottom of the pan. Add about 100ml of water to the pan. Cover the lamb with a piece of greaseproof/baking paper if you have it. Place a couple pieces of tin foil over the pan and seal the edges around the pan to stop moisture escaping. Put in the oven and turn the oven down to 130℃ or 110℃ for fan assisted. Leave to cook for around 6 hours.
  • After 6 hours, carefully take the lamb out of the oven. Turn the oven to a high temperature 220℃ for conventional or 200℃ for fan. Remove the tinfoil from the pan and the greaseproof paper if you used. The lamb should be cooked and almost falling off the bone. Put the lamb back in the oven for another 20 - 30 minutes for the skin to crisp up. remove from the oven and carefully take the lamb from the pan and place on a warmed serving dish. leave to rest for 10 - 15 minutes. remove the bones and gently pull the meat apart with a couple of forks. You will see a tendon with a little fat around which you can remove. Before serving spoon a little of the juices from the pan over the meat.
  • Serve with some Turkish Salad (shredded cabbage, carrot & onion), flatbreads, tzatziki or yoghurt and mint and chilli sauce. Alternatively serve with cous cous, tabbouleh, savoury rice or new potatoes.
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