Easiest lamb roast ever!

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  1. Cut some of the excess fat off your leg of lamb, not all, leave some on.
  2. Spray or grease the slow cooker with the oil.
  3. Place leg of lamb in slow cooker and shake the French onion soup over the leg. 
  4. Put the lid on. Then set on low setting and cook for 8 – 10 hours.
  5. That’s it! (There’s is no need to turn the leg).

Don’t forget the gravy!  (optional)


  • Plain flour
  • Red wine or Worcestershire Sauce – optional
  • Juices from the slow cooker once lamb is cooked


  1. Spoon off any excess fat, then place the roasting tin on the hob and heat gently.
  2. Add a couple of heaped teaspoons of plain flour (2 teaspoons is enough to thicken about 300ml liquid) and stir into the meat juices, scraping up all the sticky, caramelised meat sediment as you go.
  3. Cook for a minute or so until the flour turns golden and thickens, then gradually add red wine or Worcestershire sauce
  4. Stir well and bring to the boil
  5. Splash in a little more liquid, until you have the pouring consistency you like.

Voila! Enjoy with roast vegies or salad.