Although a lamb has four legs, only the two hind legs produce the cut referred to as "leg of lamb". It is a large, lean, and tender cut and can be used whole or subdivided into smaller cuts, which can are usually cooked using dry heat methods, such as roasting.
A cut of meat from the lower end of the legs. This is a lean, tough, but very flavorful and economical cut of lamb, which becomes tender and succulent when properly prepared, using moist heat and long, slow cooking.
Commonly served in Moroccan food dishes, this meat product consists of lamb that is ground, mixed with herbs, spices and seasonings such as garlic, cumin, chili paste, and cayenne pepper, and then stuffed into a sausage casing.
1. A very small, round tender piece of meat that is generally an inch or so in diameter. This term is most often used in reference to lamb meat and may also be called a medallion of lamb or a noisette.
A sausage that is Scottish in origin and made by using a lamb's stomach lining (a sheep's pluck) as the sausage casing and filling it with a mixture of ground lamb organs, minced onion, suet, oatmeal, and various seasonings.
A specialty cut of meat taken from the shoulder primal of beef, pork, lamb, or veal. The shoulder is generally cut for roasts, but when sliced approximately 3/4 inch thick, this cut becomes an arm steak.