Super Easy Roast Lamb

Simple, super tender & moist roast lamb

Submitted by Jenny Small

Super Easy Roast Lamb

Simple, super tender & moist roast lamb
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 7 hours
Total Time 7 hours 5 minutes


  • Leg of Lamb
  • 1-2 tablespoon of Masterfoods 'Lamb herbs' from the bottled herb section of your supermarket.
  • If you can't purchase this the contents are made up of Rosemary 59%, Garlic, Marjoram, Thyme, Oregano, Mint 5%, Basil.


  • Place the Leg of Lamb into your slow cooker and sprinkle generously with lamb herbs
  • Cook on low for 7-8 hrs depending on size
  • So simple & it always turns out super tender & moist
  • Be extra careful when lifting it out as it will be so tender that it will just fall apart!!!
  • Enjoy ?

34 thoughts on “Super Easy Roast Lamb”

  1. Super Easy – but also Super Tasty
    We had this with roast vegies, but it would also be really lovely served in rolls.
    An easy, tasty way to cook a Leg of Lamb

  2. Linda Alexander

    Thanks for this recipe Jenny, it is now the only one I use for my lamb legs, just so easy! Always turns out perfect and we love it!

  3. This was amazing thanks so much for sharing I will never cook another roast lamb in the oven it just fell off the bone.. yum

  4. Sophie Michelle Bartonek

    OMG!!!!!!!!!!. The only recipe I will use for roast lamb from now on and so easy!!!!!!!!. Tender,tender,tender and yummo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. I am wanting to give this one a go. I would like to do sweet potato, plain potato and pumpkin. Do I put them all in with the meat at the same time? If so…on top or underneath?

    1. Yes you can add them at the start too
      Around the base of the meat is fine
      Remember they will be soft like result as they sit in the juices but some like to then crisp them in the oven 🙂
      Alternatively you can add them on top in foil parcels to keep them dryer or even beside your roast in an oven bag

  6. Jodie Woodward

    Have done 2 roast lambs now, first time i used whole potatoes, carrots cut in half, and some pumkin as a bed, then laid the roast on top of them, added 500ml veg stock, smothered the roast in rosemary and lamb herbs was perfect! Second time done the same but didnt use veg & used less liquid. Melt in your mouth ??

  7. So yummy, and easy!
    My roast was so big it only just fit in! Cooked for 9.5 hours on low, would have loved another half hour but we were starving! I also added potatoes wrapped in foil around the roast, which I crisped in the oven for 20 minutes before serving to crisp them up. Will defiantly do again!

  8. Cassandra Reynolds

    Just placed my seasoned 1.6 kg leg of lamb in SC on low, do you suggest time frame of approx 7/8 hrs. First time doing this in SC, looking for a good result. ???

  9. Alona Williamson

    5 stars
    I have tried this last Sunday and it was tasty. i do not have lamb herbs, so I use rosemary, oregano and basil instead, added some salt and pepper and garlic powder too. It still turns out alright that even my 3 year old son who doesn’t eat lamb ate it. Partnered it with roast potato and onion and it was just amazing. i will definitely do it again. Thank you for the recipe. By the way, I got lamb herbs already to make sure i have it next time.

  10. 5 stars
    This lamb was so tender and juicy. It smelled absolutely delicious and tasted awesome. We all loved it and have a little left over for sandwiches tomorrow x

  11. 5 stars
    I made this last weekend to have in rolls for lunch, for six.
    omg, this way of cooking lamb did not disappoint. Also made gravy using the lamb juice’s.

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