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Leg steak

Lamb leg steak

Leg steaks come from the leaner part of the leg and can come either 'bone-in' or boneless. The bone-in steaks are cut from the centre of the leg, where as the boneless steaks are cut from the leg without bone.  If you want a premium leg steak then ask your butcher to cut your leg steaks from the topside.

Nutritional Values:

Nutritional Value: 
Leg steak lean and fat per 100g
Fat: 
13.2g
Energy kj/Kcal: 
964/231
Saturates: 
5.5g
Protein: 
28.0g
Price: 
4
What does it look like?: 
What does leg steak look like?
Where is it from?: 
Where does leg steak come from?
How can I cook it: 

Lamb leg steaks are best grilled, griddled, pan-fried or sauteed.  They are also great on the BBQ in the summer. Cook them for 6 to 8 mins on each side depending on thickness.

 

What else could I use: 

Try a loin chop, a Barnsley chop or a valentine steak for a similar meaty cut in individual portions.