Lamb rump joint

Lamb rump joint

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  • Grass fed Grass fed
  • Native breed Native breed
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A boned, rolled lean and tender joint. Also known as the chump, lamb rump is taken from the end of the back where it joins the leg. You couldn't ask for a tastier roast, and even better - you can cut it into generous steaks for a top midweek meal!

Our farmers' lambs are all native breed, outdoor reared and bred, free range and solely grass fed.

Native breeds include: Lleyn, Dorset, Jacob, Shetland and Suffolk. 

Minimum weight: 500g

All of our meat is cut fresh to order by our butchers.

Everything is available for next day delivery as long as you order by 1.30pm.

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Quick recipe ideas

Simply season with some salt and pepper, sear the joint in a frying pan until the fat is golden brown. place it in a tray and bake for 30 mins at 210°C. Let it sit wrapped in foil for 20 mins, then enjoy.

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Looking for a mini-roast?

Split your rump in two – a perfect 35 minute roast for a couple of occasions

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