7 Day Dry-Aged Suffolk Lamb Shoulder Joint

Region: Yorkshire Dales National Park, UK

Shelf Life: Min. 6 Days

Buying Options
Serves: 4 1 X 800g (1.8lb) £11.95
/ £11.95 each
Serves: 6 1 X 1.6Kg (3.5lb) £23.95
/ £23.95 each
Free Range Can Be Frozen Grass Fed Great Britain Native Breed
With plenty of sweet, tasty lamb, the Lamb Shoulder is ideal for slow roasting. With an ample though not excessive layer of fat to keep the meat melting and moist, this cut offers big flavours suited to pot roasting and cooking with herbs. Exclusively sourced from free ranging flocks in the great outdoors this joint showcases exactly why our lamb is so special, offering succulence and character.

The Suffolk is a sturdy heritage sheep from East Anglia, the result of interbreeding between two other breeds, the muscular Norfolk Horn and the meaty Southdown. Traditionally the Suffolk is celebrated for the wonderful quality of its mutton, though are also a flagship breed for the excellence of British lamb, combining developed flavour with characteristic sweet succulence. This quality means the Suffolk can be found today all over the world.

Tasting Notes: Sweet, Complex, Matured

The shoulder boasts some of the best meat of the animal, though is less popular than the loin or leg. As such it’s a great value cut, but with the same lean, tasty meat that makes English lamb so special, while we source from farms that have been rearing lamb for generations. The shoulder is neatly boned, before being tied into a roasting joint.

This rustic rolled and boned Lamb Shoulder is of the finest quality and as such is perfect for both Sunday lunches and special occasions, with generous helpings of rich, succulent meat. For the best finish, roast long and slow so the sweet meat can tenderise gradually and serve with traditional roast potatoes, homemade Yorkshire puddings, and fresh mint sauce.

For perfect cooking and measuring internal temperatures, we recommend a ‘Meater + Wireless Thermometer’. Available to buy here.

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