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Rotisserie Lamb with Mint, Rosemary, and Garlic
I freaking love this dish! The mint magically turns into a savory herb during the rotisserie process and pairs perfectly with the rosemary and garlic. They somehow all combine to make the lamb a wonderfully mild meat which closely resembles roast beef. Click here to see 7 Reasons to Eat More Garlic
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Bobby Flay
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Maureen Clancy, Coastal Living NOVEMBER 2010
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Recipe Circus
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RecipeTips.com
The slow, even cooking of rotisserie grilling results in irresistible flavor and moistness in the turkey.
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Recipe Circus
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CanadianLiving.com
For Canada Day, this is easy to prepare and serve on Kaiser or onion buns. Since it is less tender than some other cuts, marinating and rotisserie cooking over low heat helps keep it juicy and flavourful.
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www.epicurean.com
Mix together seasonings and rub over the surface and inside of cleaned and dry turkey. This is best done the night before to let the seasoning permeate the meat. Stuff turkey and place securely on rotisserie skewer. Test it to make sure it's well ...
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RecipeTips.com
The rotisserie grilling keeps the ham moist and tender.
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Rita~
The onion and lemon don't just flavor but helps stabilze the chicken on the rotisserie. Check out the demo http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=223418
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Chef #1222401
I pulled these ingredients from the Better Recipes site. I'm always looking for easy and flavorful ways to cook chicken and meat.
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www.epicurean.com
preheat oven to 180 degrees. rinse chick and dry well, fill cavity with herbs/spiceof your choice. Stab a few holes into orange/lemon/apple/peeled onion, so that flavours can bereleased whilst the bird is cooking, and place in cavity.rub with salt, ...
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