Aussie Grassfed Boneless Leg of Lamb Morocoan Style

aussie grassfed bonless leg of lamb morrocoan style

  If you want one fine delicious and easy moroccoan lamb recipe then this is your ticket to a feast! Come see how we celebrated a ‘trash the tie’ party!

Aussie Grassfed Boneless Leg of Lamb Morocoan Style

This recipe for Moroccoan lamb is a sponsored post. That means I’m being paid for this post, aussie grassfed boneless leg of lamb morrocoan style. But, I don’t partner with any brand unless I believe in and trust their product. I mean how else I could write something about it unless I was convinced its good stuff. This lamb from down under is, as their website explains, “free-range and naturally fed on our abundant pasturelands, so it’s mild tasting and naturally lean and tender. Plus, Aussie Lamb is free of artificial additives and hormone growth promotants — a pure product of its pure environment.”

Boneless Leg of Lamb

Leg of lamb is an ideal dish for a large festive table. Many people dislike lamb because of its specific flavor. It looks beautiful, the aroma is amazing, the taste is amazing … And at first glance, it seems that it is extremely difficult to cook it and master the basics. But you should follow some simple tricks, be in a cheerful mood, and have enough free time.

Boneless Leg of Lamb Slow Cooker

Lamb is tasty and lean meat that can be used to prepare a variety of dishes for a family dinner or a special occasion. In a multicooker, a boneless leg of lamb is cooked quickly, and ready-made dishes are juicy, soft, and tender.

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How to Cook Boneless Leg of Lamb?

Anyone who wants to please their family and friends with delicious food – this recipe is what you need. Lamb is traditional to serve for Easter Dinner, but it makes a great meal for any occasion. When cooked to medium-rare, it is flavorful and mild so that anyone who enjoys roast beef will also enjoy this perfect leg of lamb roast.

If you like simple, easy recipes for your main course, then you’ll also want to try my favorite recipes such as aussie moroccoan lamb kefta, and aussie grassfed beef asian bowl.

How to Cook Boneless Leg of Lamb in a Slow Cooker?

The multicooker is a real helper for any housewife. A leg of moroccoan lamb prepared in this way retains all its juices, which makes it even tastier. Spending quite a bit of time cooking a leg of lamb for lunch, you will get a very satisfying and aromatic dish that is simply impossible to tear yourself away from.

Slow Cooked Boneless Leg of Lamb in Oven

The oven-baked leg of moroccoan lamb is considered the signature dish of any festive table. This is not surprising, because such meat turns out to be not only beautiful in appearance, but also very tasty. You need to calculate the time required to cook a dish based on the weight of a piece of lamb. The formula is simple: temperature 400, cook for about 3 to 3.5 hours or until the meat can be shredded.

Here are some another quick recipes, that you should give try:

one skillet greek pork chops
Aussie chunky lamb stew

moroccoan lamb

aussie grassfed bonless leg of lamb morrocoan style

Aussie Grassfed Boneless Leg of Lamb Morocoan Style

Yield: 12+ folks

If you want one fine delicious and easy lmoroccoan lamb recipe then this is your ticket to a feast! Come see how we celebrated a 'trash the tie' party!


  • Serves: 12+
  • 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 Tbl. fresh chopped rosemary + more for garnish
  • 2 tsp. sea salt
  • 2 tsp. ground cumin
  • 2 tsp. dried oregano
  • 2 tsp. dried mint
  • 2 tsp. garlic granules
  • 1 tsp. onion powder
  • 1 tsp. paprika
  • 1 tsp. coarse ground pepper
  • 1 tsp. red chili flakes
  • 3 cups water
  • 2 lemons, cut into quarters and seeds removed
  • 5 lb. boneless leg of lamb, contained in cookable netting if possible


In a small mixing bowl, combine the olive oil, rosemary, salt, cumin, oregano, mint, garlic, onion powder, paprika, pepper and chili flakes. Blend into a mixture.

Put the water in a large slow cooker along with the lemons and then blend in the spice mixture. Add the boneless leg of lamb. Take a ladle and scoop the liquid all over it.

Put a double piece of foil on top then place the lid on this. You want to keep it very tight in cooking. Turn to high setting for about 5 1/2 to 6 hours.

After about 5 hours, use clean food scissors, snip the netting and remove. Shred the meat with a large fork. Continue to cook another about 30 minutes.

Turn heat to warm until ready to serve.


Wash the lemons well. They will be edible after cooking. Some people love the lemon rinds!

With the leftover meat, I added a really good brand marinara sauce, grated parmesan, fresh chopped basil and made a pasta sauce.

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    1. Jocelyn, my luv!! Thank you! I had to coerce my boys into even combing their hair…they refused to shave! ha ha! Come back soon, darlin! xox

    1. Michaela…you hit the nail on the head…it was ’bout near perfect. And, I’m so happy it was captured in photos and great food. Thank you! xoxo

    1. Stevie Wonder!! Thank you, luv! It’s always fun to get family together and just commiserate, laugh, share and indulge in great food!! xo

  1. Love your food Ally as always but adoring your pics of your family gathering.

    1. Misbah! You’re such a luv…thank you! Yes, I had to wrangle my family into this shoot w/great food! xo

    1. Michele, my luv…thank you…always more fun w/family, great food and a purrrrdeee table xoxo

  2. What a wonderful gathering in a beautiful place. Those little boys are just adorable and I can see they were really into the camping. That lamb has me drooling! It looks delicious and I know everyone loved it!

    1. Julie, darlin, thank you so much…yeah, those littl’ grandsons were fast learning how to pitch a tent! The lamb is like butter melting in your mouth! Thanks for stopping by angel! xo

  3. You inspire me Ally Girl! Beautiful table, food, family and surroundings! Every meal an event and free flowing food, wine and love! You remind me of my Mama!

    You represent a time… “sometime before flirting became extinct, when letter writing was an art, stationary was engraved, and dinner was an event.” ~ Dash Goff, the writer. (Designing Women)

    Thanks for the memories!

    1. OH MY LYNN!!! YOU have given me the ULTIMATE compliment!! I know your Mama was an artist, lady, epic entertainer and woman way ahead of her time. To even be in the same shadow of her memory brings me cold chills…thank you. And, the quote from Dash Goff of Designing Women is AWESOME!! Thank you, sweet luv!! xoxo

  4. Ally, your little grandsons perched on that boulder are SO cute! What a week to treasure with all the memories together, xo. Your planning and prep made it appear seamless — definitely a labor of love. Family, fun, and FOOD, yay! Loved your tablescape and melt in your mouth lamb recipe. (Complete with a “what to make with the leftovers” suggestion!) You go above and beyond. Boho all the way! Enjoy your just rewards.
    P.S. Great video at the end! 🙂 xo

    1. Kimmeee…thank you for all those kind thoughtful words. Yes, you well know, all that goes into this kind of family affair, but it’s worth it w/the memories. And, my sweet littl’ grandsons were in hog heaven w/their ‘camping’ and ‘rugged’ living a few feet from the house. Thank you my Boho spirit sister xoxo Love you!

  5. Nothing life family and friends gathering around a dinner table, chatting, laughing and enjoying good food! Priceless!! Rosemary garlic roasted potatoes and the tender lamb look to die for! I am sure the cumin added an amazing flavor to the lamb!! And the table is so elegant, Ally!

    1. Oh, my sweet dear friend, Hadia! Thank you, luv! You notice all the small things…as I said, our palates are so similar, our backgrounds…yes, nothing like family and friends and great food! xoxo

  6. Christine @ Christine's Pantry says:

    Sounds good! Love the pictures.

    1. Thanks so much, Christine…it was a bear getting all these pixs! I know you know!

  7. How wonderful that you were able to get the whole family together (for an entire week!!), and I love the photos…especially the tent pitching! Between the delicious food and the special company, I’m sure this meal was one to remember!

    1. Ann, thank you, luv! Yes, it was quite momentous and special. And, those littl’ ones loved ‘helping’ Pop pitch the tent…the middle grandson was using the mallet to destroy daisies! ha ha!

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