Lamb Steaks with Rosemary and Redcurrant Glaze

Mmmmm Lamb and rosemary! The redcurrant glaze tastes sooo good. Good idea for the BBQ as well.


Chop the rosemary leaves and rub into the steaks with salt and pepper.
Turn on the grill to heat it up.
Heat and mix the redcurrant jelly and water in a small pan, stir in the vinegar.
Place the steaks on a foil lined grill and brush with the sauce. Cook for about 5 minutes on each side brushing with the sauce.
Transfer the lamb onto warmed plates, tip any juices from the foil into the remaining sauce.
Pour the sauce over the lamb and serve. Really nice with crushed new potatoes with rocket.

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