Lamb shoulder B&R netted, or "boneless and rolled," is a specific preparation of a lamb shoulder cut for culinary convenience and ease of cooking. To prepare it:
Boneless: The bone is removed from the lamb shoulder, making it easier to carve and allowing for even cooking. This also makes it more suitable for slow roasting or braising.
Rolled: After deboning, the lamb shoulder is typically seasoned, and any desired fillings or herbs may be added. Then, it is rolled into a neat, compact shape and secured with twine or netting to hold it together during cooking.
This preparation method is favored for its simplicity and the ability to create a beautifully presented, easy-to-slice roast. The netting holds the rolled meat together and helps maintain its shape as it cooks. Lamb shoulder B&R netted is often slow-roasted or braised to achieve a tender, flavorful, and succulent result, making it a popular choice for special occasions and family gatherings.