Dr. Isa's Lamb Shoulder - Lamb ala Isa
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Lamb ala Isa - Roast Lamb Shoulder


2 - 2 lb. Lamb shoulder
Garlic or garlic powder
1 lb. Asparagus
1 - 1 lb. Red potatoes
butter (or margarine)
parsley flakes


1.Preheat oven to 350. 2.If using garlic, take 3 to 5 cloves, make slits in lamb and insert.
3.Rub lamb with salt, pepper and rosemary (otherwise rub lamb with spices including garlic powder as a shortcut).
4.Place lamb in 12" baking dish and add a few inches of water, then cover with aluminum foil. Place in oven and time from 1 to 1 hours according to weight.
5.Cut potatoes up and place in pot and cover with water.
6.Snap bottom ends off asparagus (these can be reserved in the refrigerator so as to make a soup later on), place in pot and cover with water.
7.When it is 30 minutes until the lamb is done, start potatoes cooking and when it is between 15 and 10 minutes until lamb is done, turn on asparagus. (Don't overcook it!)
8.Drain both asparagus and potatoes in colander and return to pots and add slices of butter or margarine (depending on whether you're on a cardiac diet or not) and let it melt.
9.Add a handful of parsley flakes to the potatoes; take a wire whisk and mash thoroughly.
10.Carve lamb, serve dinner and enjoy.

Please email me if you try it and let me know how it went. Shucran!/Thank you!

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