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    Default Re: Leg Of Lamb On An Open Braai

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    Replace fencing standards with 22mm rebar and you eliminate the need to anchor the crucifix and also you turn the carcass on its axis without having to remove the standard from the ground - far simpler and more efficient method. Bend the crucifix forward or backwards as you require more or less heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubi View Post
    The bone in gives it much more flavour, just be patient, takes 3,5 to 4 hours. Hang it next to the fire on a string to let it rotate all the time, not on the direct heat
    Suspending the roast in front of the fire was very common a couple of hundred years ago. The roast would be turned by means of a Clockwork Spit. You wound the spit up like a clock and it automatically rotated the roast in the vertical. You had had other mechanisms that used gravity and a weight to turn the roast.

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    Ja well you made us hungry

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    So after all these mouthwatering recipes and suggestions I decided to give it a go Got myself a 2,5kg leg of lamb and the only spices were Marina braaisalt the one with the pink label it has Garlic! This I applied after rubbing the leg with normal cooking oil.

    So I have a braai which we call the "Fast and Furious", it consist of a 210L oil drum open at the top with a square hole in the bottom where you feed it with wood and allow air to be sucked in. This is my no1 Tbone Braai it is extremely quick as it gets very hot and because it is an open fire you still get some really nice wood/smoke taste.

    For this excercise I usied the Rotisserie ring of the 57cm weber inserted the shaft with the Leg of lamb suspending. I was worried that if I use the drum only the fire will be to close to the meat. At the bottom of the drum I place two bricks in the middle with my drip tray. Then proceeded to make a fire around the bricks/drip tray. Hanged the leg when the fire was going properly feeding it to maintain flaming throughout the whole process. Will send picture of the setup seperataly

    Ater 3,5 Hr I removed the meat, I can honestly say it was the best ever, and I grew up with lamb! check the picture!
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