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West Indian Lamb Shoulder

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Ingredients
  Lamb shoulder 1 1⁄2 Kilogram
  Garlic 4 Clove (20 gm)
  Boiling water 125 Milliliter
  Honey 80 Milliliter
  Soy sauce 1⁄2 Milliliter
  Orange juice 1
Directions

Mix together in a large bowl the garlic, boiling water, honey and soy sauce.
Roll the meat in the mixture, cover and refrigerate 24 hours before cooking.
Remove meat from marinade.
Place in an 8 x 13-inch (20 x 33 cm) glass dish.
Add 1/2 cup (125 mL) of the marinade.
Cook ac-cording to one of the two following methods: Convection: Preheat the oven at 350°F (180°C) and roast 25 minutes per pound (500 g).
OR Microwave: Cover the meat with plastic wrap.
Microwave 15 minutes at HIGH.
Turn the roast and baste with the juices.
Cover and microwave 15 minutes per pound (500 g) at MEDIUM.
Let stand 15 minutes before serving.
To make gravy Whether the shoulder of lamb is cooked by con-vection or microwave, gravy is prepared the same way.
Remove the roast from the dish, then add the orange juice to the liquid in the dish.
As much as 1/3 cup (80 mL) Sake (Japanese wine) may be added.
Stir well.
Microwave 2 minutes at HIGH when ready to serve.
Pour into a sauceboat.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Cuisine: 
American
Course: 
Side Dish
Method: 
Microwaving
Interest: 
Party

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5 Comments

Jamaica Spirit's picture
Which part of the West Indies is this recipe from...? Honey? Soy sauce? Orange? Where are the chillies? Where's the onion, tomato, spices, etc? Strange recipe. Name needs changing - this is not West Indian at all.
Spoiltrotten Rocks's picture
Do you know what, I was thinking the exact same thing. I'm not even from the Indies (Nigerian) but I looked at the recipe and was like 'errr is this really West Indian food, I'm not so sure it is'. Maybe they meant this recipe is from the west of India but even then I would still be a bit suspicious lol!!
Anonymous's picture
Here here... I ain't no expert, my folks were born in Trinidad .... this recipe appears to be about as West Indian as Yorkshire puddin'!! If yr gonna come wid it come CORRECT! I was looking for a genuine W.I. lamb recipe... cha..!
MixedRaceFiLife's picture
LOL! I was 'tinking' the same ting miself! My dad was Jamaican and I'm pretty sure he did not have one bottle of Soy sauce in his cupboard in all his 76 years! No wonder you can't buy West Indian take away food from supermarkets! You can get Italian, Chinese, etc, etc, but never West Indian, and you wan fi know why? 'Cuase no bugger care to know the ingredients except West Indian people themselves!
sensational23's picture
omg.what can of recipe is this.We west indians dont cook like this.We add lots of flavour to our meat.Where is the parsley ,celery,thyme ,etc.People all over the world loves a west indian cooking.So whoever it is do not mess we up.