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Diced Lamb Shoulder

Diced Lamb Shoulder. Diced shoulder is from the forequarter of the lamb and as the name suggests comes from the shoulder area.

Diced shoulder is from the forequarter of the lamb and as the name suggests comes from the shoulder area.

Nutritional Values:

Nutritional Value: 
Shoulder lean and fat per 100g
Fat: 
18.3g
Energy kj/Kcal: 
976/235
Saturates: 
8.5g
Protein: 
17.6g
Price: 
2
What does it look like?: 
What does Diced Lamb Shoulder look like
Where is it from?: 
Where does Diced Lamb Shoulder come from
How can I cook it: 

Diced shoulder is great for stews, casseroles and curries. The leg meat will provide leaner pieces of meat but when trimmed of excess fat the shoulder will provide a slightly sweeter flavour.

What else could I use: 

If you are cooking a stew or casserole you could also use any of the slow cook cuts such as lamb cubes, shanks and chops.

Did you know: 

Diced shoulder is often used in curries and other exotic cuisines because it can take robust flavours.