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    So my oven decided this weekend was a good time to pack it in and as I rent I have to wait until tomorrow to get the realestate to have a look but I already have a leg of lamb out for dinner.

    My mum suggested cooking it in the electric frypan, has anyone done this before? From google I've seen brown each side then drop temp to 6 and cook for usual time as in the oven. So I've done this, added a lil oil and I guess I wait and see.

    Any other tips for roast in the electric frypan?

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    We did this successfully when we were camping.

    Did pretty much what you describe.

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    Yep, pretty much what you've described... We either do our roasts in the electric fry pan or on the Weber.

    Something you can do also, is cook your veggies in with the roast too. Gives them a yummy flavour!

    Good luck!

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    Default Roast in electric frypan?

    Awesome thanks girls.

    Do I need to add extra liquid or will a bit of oil do the trick? I'm worried about it burning on one side too haha should I keep turning it or just leave it?

    I've never even contemplated roast in the electric frypan before and having it a few years means I don't have the book to check haha.

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    I just add a bit of oil!

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