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#AsgardsYule Recipes - Mint & Garlic Coating

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Do you fancy a change from lamb with rosemary this year? Try this mint and garlic coating instead.

It's the first of our #AsgardsYule Festive Recipes...

You’ll need:
2oz butter
1 tsp salt
½ tsp black pepper
2 heaped tablespoons of chopped parsley
2 cloves of garlic crushed or finely chopped
Half an finely chopped onion
1tbsp chopped fresh mint
3 heaped tbsp. of breadcrumbs

Gently heat the butter in a pan until melted. Removed from the heat, and add the rest of the ingredients. Add more breadcrumbs if the mixture is a little runny. Spread over the top of your lamb joint, and cook as normal.

Don't worry, you can thank us later.

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