How to Debone a Leg of Lamb

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De-boning a leg of lamb is something you have to do in a very specific way. Find out how to de-bone a leg of lamb with help from a chef and restaurateur in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is A.J. Black, the chef and owner of this restaurant in New York City, and today I'm going to show you how to debone a leg of lamb. Leg of lamb is basically one of our typical sort of thing, so basically we debone it and stuff it with a bunch of things. So now I'm going to show you how to basically debone it. And basically we're going to stay with the bone always. So it is basically your fingers one of the things that help you to actually debone you're going to stay always with the bone where the bone goes. So basically we're going mark where is the bone at, and we go around it. And that's basically what we're doing. And that's basically such an easy process you're going to just start with the bottom and go to the top and the leg basically stay is the bone and basically move it around. This is something that you do want to keep up with and of course the lamb is basically an easy thing to do if you know where your knife goes you basically follow with the knife, follow the bone and don't miss it and you know once in a while you have to mark it in the middle and basically don't go hard on it. It's basically the knife does the work for you. And at a certain point, we have to kind of like open a hole in it and basically that's where we do the stuffing, so basically we got the first part of the leg out and then we go back and it'd have to be basically stay nice and gracious to the knife. This is basically the results. This is a beautiful leg of lamb and that's the bone. We're going to use it for the stock and now we're going to have some lamb stuffing. We can have this rolled into a roast, a lot of stuff. Thank you for joining me. Chef A.J. Black in New York City. Ciao, arrivederci.


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