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    Default How long to cook a roast lamb for?

    since its so cold today, I thought I would cook a roast lamb for tea tonight

    I havn't cooked one in so long, i'm not sure how long to cook it for, its 1.3kgs

    also do I have to defrost it? its in the freezer still at the mo, would it make much of a difference if I just put it straight into the oven and cook it for a bit longer?

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    i would cook a thawed out 1.3kg lamb roast for about 1.5hrs. not too sue about the frozen bit though, sorry!
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    Ok so it's a 1.3kg frozen leg with bone?

    I'd take it out of the freezer and put it in the fridge for a while to gently thaw a little bit.

    Then I would preheat the oven to about 190, then chuck it in. Cook for about 90 minutes

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    thanks ladies

    I did a bit of googling and found that I need to add another 90 - 100 mins from frozen, so I think it will be cooking for quite a while,

    can't wait to eat tea tonight

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    I usually cook mine for 3hrs.. i know thats long but its so much better. The meat just falls off the bone & is more tender.
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