Spanish milk-fed lamb is traditionally roasted in ancient wood-fired ovens in the region of Castilla y León. In Spain, milk-fed lamb is called Lechazo, a young lamb still at their milk feeding stage, usually below 35 days of age. When roasting a lechazo, keep it simple by rubbing some garlic, salting it and adding a touch of water and white wine, the flavour of the skin is phenomenal. Lechazo is traditionally served with a green salad of lettuce leaves, spring onions, lots of cider vinegar and olive oil. The acidity in the salad works well with the crispy lamb.
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