You can have the turkey. Leave the ham. Prime rib — what's that? In my house, leg of lamb is the celebratory roast; I love its tenderness and flavor. And, of course, it's the high season for lamb right now, as lamb figures prominently on both the Passover and Easter tables.
Have you ever roasted a leg of lamb? It may sound intimidating, but the sweet little secret is that leg of lamb is actually one of the easiest, most foolproof cuts of meat to cook. Here's our remarkably simple, fuss-free approach to cooking a leg of lamb. It will turn out perfectly every time.