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Rachellindsay
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I have an Australian recipe which calls for backstrap of lamb. I am in the UK and I don't know what part of lamb the backstrap is. It looks like quite a lean piece. If anyone knows what this cut is known as in the UK then please let me know. Alternatively, if anyone can let me know which part of the lamb the backstrap comes from then I could probably work it out for myself. I'll post this in the Aus/NZ forum as well.

Thanks.

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I thought this thread was going to be about molasses, and possibly rum.

Now I see I only imagined the letter L in backstrap.

Peter Gamble aka "Peter the eater"

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