This recipe for spicy lamb leg steak is really tasty. It is quick and easy to make, dusting the steaks with a combination of dried mixed herbs and chilli flakes then cooking on a barbecue or under a preheated grill.
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Preparation time will be about 10 Mins allow a further 20 minutes for cooking. These quantities will feed two people.
Ingredients For Lamb Leg Steak
2 boneless lamb leg steaks from Morley Butchers
15ml/1tbsp rapeseed oil
5ml/1tsp dried red chilli flakes
5ml/1tsp dried mixed herbs
For the Chilli Butter
50g butter, softened
2.5ml/½tsp dried chilli flakes
15ml/1tbsp freshly chopped parsley
Cooking Method For Spicy Lamb Leg Steak
Remove the steaks from the fridge, pop onto a shallow plate, cover and leave for 20 minutes to bring up to room temperature before cooking. If you are cooking over coals remember to light them well in advance so they are white all over before you start cooking.
To prepare the chilli butter; in a small bowl mix together the butter, chilli flakes and herbs. Mould the butter into a sausage shape, wrap in cling film or foil and refrigerate until required.
Brush the steaks with oil on both sides. Mix together the dried chillies and herbs and sprinkle over the steaks.
Cook on a prepared barbecue or under a preheated moderate grill for 6-8 minutes on each side, or until any meat juices run clear.
Top with a disc or two of the chilli butter and serve with warm crushed new potatoes with a knob of the chilli butter stirred through and a tomato and cucumber salad.
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