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01.01.2003 -main course - lamb

Lamb shank with herbes de la Garrigue (thyme, wild thyme, rosemary)

« All of Provence’s fragrant scents will slowly impregnate this lamb shank, which will melt off the bone while cooking.” » 
Type Main course - lamblamb shank - thyme – wild thyme - rosemary - garlicaromatic herbs
Level of difficulty easy
Preparation time Preparation: 20 min Cooking: 2 hr
Origin France - Provence – Southern France
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Serves 6


Preparation of ingredients:

  • Chop the herbs and mix them with the salt, pepper and oil
  • Preheat the oven to 350°F (180°C)


  • Rub the lamb shanks with the herb & oil mixture
  • Place the lamb shanks in a ovenproof casserole with the 6 whole garlic cloves, unpeeled; cover and put in the oven
  • After 20 minutes, lower the heat to 300°F (150°C) and cook another 1 hr 30 min to 1 hr 40 min


  • Accompany these aromatic lamb shanks with mashed potatoes flavored with olive oil and the caramelized garlic cloves


You can also cook the lamb shanks with some white wine and vegetables which are added to the casserole halfway through cooking
The lamb shank is the upper part of the leg close to the hind

Suggested drink or wines

Suggested wine: A Pibarnon red (visit the website)

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