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Serves 4-6

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Lamb with cucumber and mint

Serves about 10

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Serves 4

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Serves 4-6

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by Rachel Khoo

Spring lamb stew

Ingredients to serve 4-6

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Asparagus and lamb wraps

Serves 6-8

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Crispy lamb salad

Serves 4-6

Crispy lamb salad

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