1 Piece = 6kg
Product Description: Milk-fed lamb, called in Spain Lechazo or Cordero Lechal is a young lamb still at its feeding stage which is usually 35 days before sacrifice and 9 and 12 kg in real weight. There are 3 main breeds of milk-fed lamb in Castilla y Leon — Ojalada, Castellana, and Churra. You can roast it in a wood-fire oven with salt, oil, and a touch of water to allow this prime cut to stay moist and retain its flavours. Its creamy texture is pleasing for the palette. To lock-in the flavours, the lamb is frozen immediately after cutting.
Lamb Meat (Spain)