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Lamb Neck on the Bone Whole



A whole lamb neck on the bone is a really special and underrated cut. As well as having the two lamb neck fillets that run along the top end of the spine, you have fine ribs that hold so much flavour and add so much to a slow-cooked dish. We love to cook this joint slowly, marinated until the meat is beautifully tender and falls off the bone. When cooked perfectly, you should be able to run a spoon along the neck, scraping away the neck fillets for the optimum dramatic centrepiece.

The neck will come as a whole piece.

Slow-cooked Lamb Neck On The Bone Recipe | HG Walter Ltd
Gymkhana x HG Walter Slow-Cooked Vindaloo Lamb Neck

Meltingly tender, fall-apart Vindaloo lamb neck on the bone with a fresh, zingy fennel salad.

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Our lamb is free range and comes from Launceston in Cornwall. Our most common breed is a Suffolk Texel cross. These animals have been reared in the West Country, to the highest welfare standards.