What is the cooking time for lamb?
|LAMB Cooking Times and Temperatures|
|Lamb Oven Roasted at 325°F|
|Rib roast or rack (cook at 375°F)||1 ½ – 2 ½ lbs.||30 minutes|
|Crown roast (unstuffed cook at 375°F)||2-3 lbs.||25 minutes|
|Shoulder roast||4-6 lbs.||20 minutes|
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How does lamb need to be cooked?
To ensure that your cooked lamb is exactly what your palate desires, use an instant-read thermometer. For medium-rare lamb, the internal temperature should be 145 degrees. Medium doneness comes in at 160 degrees, and well-done lamb has a temp of 170 degrees.
What is the best temperature for lamb?
Kitchen Fact: The safe internal temperature for cooked lamb is 145°F.
- Rare: 115 to 120°F.
- Medium-rare: 120 to 125°F.
- Medium: 130 to 135°F.
- Medium-well: 140 to 145°F.
- Well-done: 150 to 155°F.
How long does 1kg of lamb take to cook?
Roast the lamb for 15 minutes, then turn the heat down to 200°C/gas mark 6 and continue roasting for 15 minutes per 500g. (So a 1kg half-leg of lamb will need 30 minutes, 45 in total). If you want your lamb brown rather than pink, then cook it for a little longer. Remove the lamb from the roasting tin and let it rest.