Lamb Rump Denuded offer an accessible option to a sliced Lamb Leg Roast, whilst still looking extra special on the plate. They’re extremely versatile and work well with marinades or sliced in a number of dishes such as pastas and salads.
The lamb rump is an individual muscle cut from the hind leg. When roasted and rested, it is very tender with a lot of flavour. There is a layer of fat and skin on the top which crisps up beautifully when cooked. This can be removed before or after cooking.
Our Lamb is Halal Certified, Grass Fed, Free of Antibiotics/Hormones, Free Ranging Outside, Farmed Ethnically & Sustainably (non GMO) & vacuum packed and Airfreighted from New Zealand to ensure the product arrives in optimum condition.
How to Cook
Pan seared, then quickly roasted and rested, lamb rumps make a perfect meal with a wonderful caramelised crust on the outside and meltingly tender and juicy on the inside.
Remove the lamb rump from the fridge 30 minutes before cooking to bring to room temperature, which results in even cooking. Pat dry, rub with a little oil and season with salt and pepper. Sear the lamb for a couple of minutes in a very hot pan until it’s brown all over. Transfer to an oven dish and brush with marinade if using. Roast in a preheated oven according to the recipe and weight of the lamb rump.
Recipe: Roast lamb rump with harissa, tomato and coriander
From one of the world’s cleanest and purest environments, our lamb is reared on the fresh, pure, clean and green pastures of New Zealand. Sourced from our farms on the East Coast of the North Island, which are the highly productive rolling lowlands with a mild climate. This along with the long and even growing season of the North Island, and the purity of the environment delivers an abundance of lush pasture and clean water, giving the perfect combination for consistently tender, natural lamb, full of flavour and goodness. Our lamb is sourced from private, quality-driven farmers, with sustainable farming practices, proud of their history, quality and reputation. The lambs are grass fed on open pastures and are not given any genetically modified products, absolutely no hormones or antibiotics. New Zealand Lamb has only 6% fat and has one and half times more iron than pork or chicken breast.