To paraphrase Rudyard Kipling, to keep your head when all around you are losing theirs… go back to basics with good old meat and two veg. Lamb is high on the list of hypoallergenic foods that are good to eat on an elimination diet. Along with most veg. Sorted. Keep everything fairly simple – don’t flour the joint before cooking obviously, this is a slow cooked pot roast for maximum flavour and doesn’t need stocks or sauces. Use the juices for onion gravy and serve with crispy roast spuds and some dark green iron laden veg and maybe some mashed carrot and parsnip. Remember not to put butter on the veg, just a small slick of olive oil if you have to and lashings of salt and pepper. If you need to thicken the gravy, use cornflour.
You can use any lamb joint for this but I use bottom half legs of lamb which turns it into giant sharing falling apart lamb shanks.