I make this all the time, it's so easy to prepare and always turns out great. Ingredients: - 2kg leg of lamb on the bone (I like my meat on the bone). - About a dozen mid sized potatoes. - 2 lemons. - Salt, pepper, oregano (or whatever dry herb you like). - Garlic. - 1 cup olive oil. - 1 cup water. Method: - Pre-heat oven to 180c. - Wash the meat and pat dry with paper towels. - Peel the potatoes (sometimes I don't) and cut into smaller pieces for faster cooking. - Layer the potatoes on the bottom of a roast pan. - Place lamb leg on top of the potatoes. - Peel garlic, make small incisions in the meat at random intervals and insert the garlic. - Pour the juice of one lemon over the meat. - Season with salt, pepper and oregano. - Pour half the olive oil over the meat. - Poor the rest of the oil, water, and the juice of the remaining lemon to the side of the tray so the potatoes are sitting in the liquid. - Season the potatoes with salt and pepper. Click to view full-sized image! Hosted by UGBox Image Store Place in the oven and cook for approximately two hours (for medium-medium rare), regularly basting the meat with the juices. If you want you can cover the meat with aluminum foil for the first 1-1.5 hours to keep more of the juices in. After a couple of hours it should look like this Click to view full-sized image! Hosted by UGBox Image Store Click to view full-sized image! Hosted by UGBox Image Store Let the meat rest for about 10-15 minutes before serving. Wopa! There's all different variations for cooking time etc... this is the quick way. If you wanted to you could even slow cook it throughout the day at a lower heat.