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Roasted Lamb with Garlic and Artichoke Hearts


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Roasted Lamb with Garlic and Artichoke Hearts


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  • 3 ½ lbs leg of lamb with bone
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • 1 leek sliced
  • 6 Dorot Chopped Garlic Cubes
  • 4 Dorot Chopped Parsley Cubes
  • 10 artichoke hearts
  • 3 cups water
  • ½ cup white wine


In a large skillet with the olive oil, place the lamb leg on one of its sides and season with salt and pepper. After repeating all sides, remove the lamb from the pan and set aside.

Add the leek, artichokes, Dorot Chopped Garlic and Parsley and mix. Add the white wine and water.  Preheat oven to 350ºf. Transfer the lamb to the skillet and add the vegetables on top of it, cover with aluminum foil and place in the oven for an hour and a half.  Remove the skillet, remove the foil and place in oven for another fifteen minutes to have a nice golden-brown color.

Source: Dorot

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11 Responses to Roasted Lamb with Garlic and Artichoke Hearts

  1. This sounds great. I was actually planning on using those adorable baby artichokes for this years Pesach feast. Maybe even a variety of baby vegetables. I just love the way they look.

  2. avatar says: mushi

    This does sound great, but where do you get Kosher leg of lamb? (shanks or shoulder, maybe?)

    • The recipe originated from Israel so either they get that there or something may have gotten lost in translation, I believe it is meant for the Shank.

  3. avatar says: mollie

    Can’t get leg of lamb in California. If you know of a butcher, put me down for two please. Plz post the name!

  4. avatar says: mushi

    I am in California, also, and no legs here, but yes we do have lamb shanks and shoulders.
    If you do find them in California, add me to the list that mollie is on :)
    Good Shabbos!

    • It looks like we can now get kosher leg of lamb in the US – check out http://bisrakosher.com – this Rabbi takes out the nerve and is able to offer cuts of meat that no one else can. I am told it is amazing.

  5. avatar says: suric

    Where do I find artichoke hearts kosher for peach I always make lamb for Seder and this sounds great

    • There are different opinions on artichokes all year, many just eat the bottoms. Try your kosher market and see what they have.

  6. avatar says: tovisnaw

    You think i could use a lamb breast for this?

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