2016年04月13日

How to Tell When Lamb Is Cooked

Braised lamb requires the longest cooking time. Boneless stew meat or lamb shanks will need between 1 1/2 to 4 hours of stovetop or oven time before you can expect them to be done. In the slow cooker, these cuts will take around six to eight hours to cook. Hitachi Ultrasound Probe Expect a leg of lamb or shoulder roast to need 15 to 50 minutes per pound of meat, depending on the size of the cut, your desired level of doneness and whether it is bone in or boneless. Grilled lamb steaks need about 14 to 18 minutes of cooking time, while lamb burgers may need only three minutes per side.

Use a fork to gauge the doneness of braised lamb, advises the American Lamb Board. When the meat is thoroughly cooked, a fork can easily shred it. Use your finger to estimate if roasted, grilled or broiled lamb is done to your liking. Hitachi Ultrasound Probe Press firmly on several sections of the lamb. If the meat gives easily but is firm and has cooked for the recommended length of time, it is probably medium rare. A firmer texture and feel indicates more well done meat.

Measure the Internal Temperature

Regardless of what cut of lamb you're preparing, it is not fully cooked and safe to eat until it has reached an internal temperature of 145 F. This temperature yields medium rare meat. For medium lamb, wait until the meat has reached 160 F. Well done lamb will register 170 F. Insert the meat thermometer into the thickest portion of the lamb cut, and make sure the probe is not touching any bones. Once the lamb is done, Hitachi Ultrasound Probe remove it from the heat and let it rest for at least three minutes before serving.
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