Diced lamb refers to small, uniform pieces of lamb meat that have been cut from various parts of the lamb, typically the leg, shoulder, or loin. These pieces are typically about 1/2 to 1 inch in size and can be used in a wide range of dishes. Diced lamb is favoured for its tenderness and robust flavor. It is often used in stews, curries, kebabs, and other slow-cooked dishes, as the small pieces break down and become exceptionally tender during cooking. The versatility of diced lamb makes it a popular choice in many cuisines around the world.