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Ingredient of the week Scotch Lamb Leg Steaks; SPONSORED CONTENT Brought.

Whether it's tender chunks slow-cooked in a flavoursome curry or succulent lamb mince to make your own juicy burgers, we believe fresh Scotch Lamb is a cut above. But do you know how to make sure the lamb you're buying is of the best quality?

Lots of elements go into making sure your meat is of the highest standard - and that's why it's so important to look for the Scotch Lamb PGI logo. This is your guarantee of quality in every bite, ensuring that the lamb you're buying has come from livestock assured its whole life in Scotland and is fully traceable to its farm of origin that adopts best practice in animal welfare.

Aldi are committed to providing an everyday range of fresh Scotch Lamb PGI in all their Scottish stores.

PS2.75 Nature's Glen Scotch Lamb Leg Steaks 250g, PS11.00 per kg Tray Roasted Scotch Lamb Leg Steaks This rustic Scotch Lamb recipe makes the most of tasty, plump and juicy meat, creating a fantastic evening meal for all the family.

METHOD Pre-heat the oven to 180?C/350?F/ Gas Mark 4. Break the garlic into cloves and place in a baking the tray.

Cut the mushrooms and tomatoes in half and scatter in tray.

Cut the lemon in half and put in the tray along with the rosemary and lamb steaks.

Drizzle olive oil all over the ingredients.

Season with salt and pepper and bake for 30-40 minutes until the meat is cooked through.

Wash and boil or steam the potatoes and serve with the lamb steaks and tray baked veg.

Serves 4 500g Scotch Lamb Leg Steaks 1 bulb Garlic Half pack Cherry Tomatoes 500g New Potatoes 100g Mushrooms 1 Lemon 3 sprigs Rosemary Salt and Pepper Olive Oil Crusty Bread to serve

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Nature's Glen Scotch Lamb Leg Steaks 250g, PS11.00 per kg

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 20, 2018
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