Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb | Slimming World

We often get asked about Lamb & what people can do with it, so we thought we’d come up with a recipe for an old favourite of ours, Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb.


Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb

It’s really simple, just bung it in the oven and wait a few hours, you could even do this in the slow cooker! It’s very aromatic, fresh & filling but best of all it’s Syn free! It’s also suitable for SP (without the wedges), can be frozen, batch cooking friendly & slow cooker friendly.

Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb

It’s up to you if you want to “pull” it or not. We prefer ours this way but you can just slice it, and eat it that way.

This Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb recipe makes enough for 6 people. You can freeze the leftovers in freezer bags, and reheat in the microwave from frozen.

Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb

We served our with plenty of salad and our Syn Free Rustic Potato wedges, which are pretty damn nice I must say!

When ever we need to replace oil to cook things in the oven we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free!


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Syn Free Slow Cooked Kleftiko Lamb | Slimming World

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  1. Preheat oven to 170'C
  2. Spray roasting dish with Frylight then sprinkle half the sliced onion, 2 bay leaves, some of the fresh Roasemary & Oregano, some of the tomato slices, both potatoes, a couple of slices of lemon and half the garlic in the roasting tray
  3. Place the leg of lamb on the top
  4. Spray with some more frylight and place the rest of the ingredients on top
  5. Pour the juice of a lemon all over the meat
  6. Season well and sprinkle the smoked paprika over the top
  7. Wrap the tray in foil & ensure it is well sealed. Now place in your preheated oven for about 5 hours
  8. After 5 hours, turn the oven up to 200'C and leave the meat to sit for 20 minutes
  9. frylightAfter 20 minutes remove the foil & remove some of the juices & potatoes from under the lamb
  10. Run the juices through a fat separator & blitz to make a gravy. Return the meat to the oven to crispen up (not burn!)
  11. Remove the meat from the oven , cured with a couple of forks & place in a serving dish. Pour over some of the gravy over & serve.

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  1. Can I ask where you got the lovely bowl!! I’ve been looking for something like this! Also the food looks lovely too!

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