Mains for four
To make the pesto place the basil, pine nuts, garlic, lemon, parmesan, salt and olive oil in a food processor and pulse to gain required consistency, we like ours a medium texture.
Heat a heavy based pan to medium heat; add one tbsp of olive oil. Score the lamb in a diamond pattern with a sharp knife and place into the pan. Cook for 2 min, colouring all surfaces. Place into a hot oven 200c for 5 - 7min. Remove, cover and rest for 5 minutes.
Place the peas in a rapidly boiling pot of water. Once returned to the boil, around 1 min, remove from heat and strain of the water. Puree the bright green peas with the butter and lots of salt and pepper.
To serve, place a smear of pea puree on each plate, calve the lamb and tie three points together with some butchers twine. Place on the plate and dot around the pesto.
Barwang, value-for-money and consistency all go hand-in-hand. It's the hallmark of a winery that is producing some fantastic wines at great prices at the moment. Their Shiraz shows ripe blackberry fruit flavours that are supported by some savoury and spicy undertones.
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