By Sarah Mahan of This Farm Family's Life
"The holidays are a great time to fix main entrees that are special and unique for your guests," says Amy Ott.
On Amy's blog, A Latte With Ott, A. Amy shares several delicious recipes with her readers as well as household tips, crafts, and the occasional canning recipe. The new mom also shares stories of her new job as a stay-at-home mom.
Amy shares her "go to" recipe of Orange Lamb Roast that is perfect for a holiday gathering and will definitely impress your guests.
Orange Lamb Roast
1 lamb roast
½ c. orange juice
½ c. orange marmalade
2 tsp. garlic salt
2 T. butter
1 c. Sprite
¼ c. lemon juice
In a small bowl mix orange juice, marmalade, garlic salt, sprite and lemon juice. Place roast in a greased crock pot. Pour mixture over roast. Add butter then cover and cook on low for eight hours. Amy suggests letting the roast cook all day so the juices and flavors can bake right into the roast. A helpful tip when using a crockpot: Don't remove the lid until it's done because you lose about 30 minutes of cooking time when you do. When you are ready to serve, simply remove the netting and cut into your desired portion sizes.
To find more of Amy's delicious recipes, visit her blog at www.alattewithotta.com.
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