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- 2 large lamb leg steaks
- 2 medium onions
- Packet breadcrumbs
- Fresh parsley
- 2 teaspoons dried mixed herbs
- 110 grams butter
- Cooking oil
Step 1: Brown the Steaks in a Pan
- Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
- Remove the lamb steaks from the packet.
- Wash and season as per your own preference.
- Add some cooking oil to the frying pan and heat on the cooker.
- Place the lamb steaks on the frying pan and cook for 2 minutes.
- Turn them over and do the same for the other side. The steaks will be brown and you have successfully sealed in all the juices.
- Remove the lamb steaks from the frying pan and place them in a roasting dish that has been lined with aluminium tin foil.
- Take the pan from the heat leaving the remaining juices and oil on it. This will be used later.
Step 2: Make the Stuffing Mix
- Place the breadcrumbs in a mixing bowl.
- Wash the fresh parsley under the tap and shake dry.
- Hold the parsley in a bunch and cut into small pieces.
- Add the chopped parsley to the bowl.
- Mix the dried mixed herbs into the breadcrumbs.
- Cover with a paper towel and set aside.
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Step 3: Cook the Onions
- Peel the onions and cut them up into small pieces.
- Heat the pan that you fried the lamb steaks in.
- Add the onion pieces and fry in the meat juices until all the onions are brown.
- Add the fried onions to the bowl with the stuffing mix and mix everything well.
- Melt the butter in the hot pan and pour the stuffing mix back into the pan.
- Stir until all of the ingredients are mixed in evenly.
Note: Frying the onions before adding them to the stuffing mix is optional. This is the way I like to do it, but if you wish you can simply add raw onions to the stuffing.
Step 4: Cook the Lamb Steaks in the Oven
- Pour the stuffing over the lamb steaks in the roasting dish.
- Cover with aluminium tin foil.
- Put in the oven and cook at 180 Celsius for approximately 1 hour, depending on how you like your meat done.
For a very tasty lamb dinner, serve with mashed or roasted potatoes and vegetables.