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My Nana owned several restaurants in the New York area in the mid-1900's and this was one of her favorites. We always serve it at Easter. When the lamb is done, you can make a gravy with the juices by adding flour and water and boiling until thickened.
Nana knew what was up. Made it just as instructed and it came out super tender and delicious. Serve it with a side of mint jelly along with the gravy you can make from the drippings and you will blow some minds. Save the leftovers and you can pan fry yourself some thin slices and stuff them into pita bread with some tzatziki sauce and greens (cilantro if you have some) for amazing instant gyros.
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