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Lamb Fillet with Orange, Redcurrant and Mint Sauce

This was in Melbournes Herald Sun Newspaper yesterday. It looks fast and tasty, and I love lamb! They suggested 3 minutes would be enough cooking time for the fillets, but I think a little more would suit me!

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  • Mix everything (except the lamb) together in a small saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring to melt the redcurrant jelly.
  • Cook for a couple of minutes (this can be done in advance).
  • Season the lamb and oil the outside lightly.
  • Put in a hot pan and brown on all sides.
  • Cook until done to your liking-I would cook a small thin fillet for about 5 minutes.
  • Remove to a warm plate and cover loosely with foil or another plate.
  • Tip the sauce into the lamb cooking pan, and boil quickly.
  • Serve the lamb sliced diagonally with plenty of sauce poured over.
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"This was in Melbournes Herald Sun Newspaper yesterday. It looks fast and tasty, and I love lamb! They suggested 3 minutes would be enough cooking time for the fillets, but I think a little more would suit me!"
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  1. Lardygeezer
    My wife and I both love Lamb and are very keen to try new Lamb Recipes. I tried this one and it left me feeling something was missing - I cant quite put my finger on it. I do think the amount of orange juice is too much and if I ever try this again will reduce it by a third. So I'm sorry I can't give this a five but THX for the recipe anyway.
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  2. JustJanS
    This was in Melbournes Herald Sun Newspaper yesterday. It looks fast and tasty, and I love lamb! They suggested 3 minutes would be enough cooking time for the fillets, but I think a little more would suit me!
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