Roast Rack of Lamb

A rack of lamb usually feeds 2 to 3 people so this is a perfect dinner option for a couple celebrating something nice or to just treat yourselves.  A little tip to ensure you get a beautiful blushing rack of lamb is to remove the lamb from the fridge at least 30 minutes before cooking.  Your roast needs to be at room temperature before you start cooking.



  • Rub the rack all over with Dijon mustard
  • Sprinkle with chopped fresh rosemary, salt and cracked black pepper
  • Sear fat side down in an oven proof fry pan
  • Flip and roast fat side up
  • Place pan into a preheated 180 degree oven for 25mins for medium-rare
  • Remove from pan and rest for 5 mins before slicing
Tip: Serve with baby new potatoes and fresh greens. Yum!
About Will Roberts
With many years experience in hospitality and retail, Will Roberts now looks after Operations at The Free Range Butcher. With an eye for detail and superior customer service skills, Will makes sure that everything runs smoothly and customers have a great experience, everytime. Outside of work, Will is kept in line / busy with a wife and two young daughters.

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