Roast Lamb with Mint sauce
Roast lamb with mint sauce is a traditional British dish and a common Sunday roast option. Roast Lamb is served with a range of boiled, steamed and roasted vegetables, with the most common being potatoes. Other vegetable dishes served with roast dinner can include mashed swede or turnip, roast parsnip, boiled or steamed cabbage, broccoli, green beans and boiled carrots and peas. It is also not uncommon for leftover composite vegetable dishes — such as cauliflower cheese and stewed red cabbage — to be served alongside the more usual assortment of plainly-cooked seasonal vegetables.
Mint Sauce is traditionally used in UK and Irish cuisines to complement roast lamb dishes. Mint Sauce is a sauce made from finely chopped mint leaves, soaked in vinegar, and a small amount of sugar. Occasionally, the juice from a squeezed lime is added. The sauce should have the consistency of double cream.
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