Boneless leg of lamb

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Has anyone done a 5 pound boneless leg of lamb recently? I have the Pit Boss 700FB and am considering doing one for Easter tomorrow.
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Never tried that. Would be afraid of messing it up since I have never done lamb. If you do it let us know how it turns out.

For Easter I am doing the easiest thing possible - double smoked ham. It's already cooked and already smoked so I have it in my vertical Pit Boss holding steady at 150 on the smoke setting.
 

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Never tried that. Would be afraid of messing it up since I have never done lamb. If you do it let us know how it turns out.

For Easter I am doing the easiest thing possible - double smoked ham. It's already cooked and already smoked so I have it in my vertical Pit Boss holding steady at 150 on the smoke setting.
Thanks for the reply Mike. I get what you mean, lamb is a very expensive protein, not to mention the whole family is coming over to eat it :) I decided to go very safe myself and sous vide the leg to 135 degrees. Then I'll finish it under the broiler.
 

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Has anyone done a 5 pound boneless leg of lamb recently? I have the Pit Boss 700FB and am considering doing one for Easter tomorrow.
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Mark
Sorry- I’m a little late to this. I did a leg a couple years ago. Seasoned it really well and added some rosemary like my Italian grandma use to make in her oven. I smoked it then cooked it to the suggested IT. (sorry- I didn’t keep the details) It was good but a little rare for my family’s liking. Would do again but would round up in the internal temp. You should try it. If seasoned to your liking you won’t be disappointed.
 

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Sorry- I’m a little late to this. I did a leg a couple years ago. Seasoned it really well and added some rosemary like my Italian grandma use to make in her oven. I smoked it then cooked it to the suggested IT. (sorry- I didn’t keep the details) It was good but a little rare for my family’s liking. Would do again but would round up in the internal temp. You should try it. If seasoned to your liking you won’t be disappointed.
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