Lamb Roast Worksheet
1. Place Lamb between the racks and tie using the 4 S- Hooks.
2. Place Lamb inside the box Ribs side up, connect the wired thermometer probe on the leg, be careful not to touch the bone.
3. Cover box with the ash pan and charcoal grid.
4. Add 7 kg of charcoal for Model #1 Box or 8 kg for Model #2 Box and light up.
5. Once lit (20-25 minutes) spread the charcoal evenly over the charcoal grid.
6. Cooking time starts right now _________________ (write down)
7. After 1 hour (1st hour) open the box flip the Lamb over (ribs down) close the box and add 4 kg of charcoal.
8. After 1 hour (2nd hour) add 4 kg of charcoal.
9. Do not add any more charcoal; continue cooking the meat until you reach the desired temperature reading on the thermometer.
Fresh Lamb: Rare 60 C, Medium Rare 63 C, Medium 71 C, Well Done 77 C
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OPEN THE BOX UNTIL YOU REACH THE DESIRED TEMPERATURE
Roberto Guerra's Lamb Roast Recipe
(22 kg Lamb on the SP-300)
1. Mix some olive oil and salt and rub the back of the lamb (this is to help searing the meat to contain the juices) do this before placing the lamb in the box.
2. Add one gallon of water, 2 cups of white wine and whatever spices you use to marinade the lamb in to the drip tray.
3. Place the lamb ribs down inside the box. S
4. Start with 7 kg of charcoal, make sure to make two piles (one on each end) once lit spread evenly, roast for one hour, you will now open the box flip it over and connect the probe of the wired meat thermometer in to the rear leg (make sure is on the center not touching the bone) close the box and add 3,5 kg of charcoal every hour until you reach your desired temperature.
5. It should take you 2.5 to 3 hours, it depends on the temperature of the meat before you start cooking, the colder the longer it takes to roast.
Here are the temperatures for lamb; Well Done 77 C, Medium 71 C, Medium Rare 62 C, Rare 60 C
6. After the lamb is cooked, remove the drippings from the drip tray and mix it with some wine in a pot and reduced a bit to create the best sauce you have ever tasted.