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Lamb Shank is a meaty part of the lower leg. This cut is low on tenderness due to the presence of connective tissues but produces an amazingly flavorful meal when cooked right. To take care of its tough connective tissue, it is best to cook this portion using slow, moist cooking techniques.
When cut from the Leg, Leg Steaks contain a portion of the cross-sectional Leg bone that can be removed, if desired. Leg Steak is more tender than the Shoulder Chop but less tender than the Loin Chop.
Although a lamb has fourlegs, only the two hind legs produce the cut referred to as “leg of lamb“. It is a large, lean, and tender cut and can be used whole or subdivided into smaller cuts, which can are usually cooked using dry heat methods, such as roasting.
Shoulder Roast is sizeable portion of meat, which is usually sold deboned and rolled. The meat from this cut contains a good amount of intramuscular fat, which gives it a nice juicy flavor. Compared to roasts from the Leg, Shoulder Roast can be a tad tough since a Lamb uses its front legs more actively than the hindquarters.