In a small bowl, combine honey and Dijon mustard. Set aside.
Preheat oven to 325°F (160°C).
In another bowl, mix all stuffing ingredients together.
Open leg flat, spread with stuffing, roll leg up and tie with string.
Put the leg in a roasting pan and baste with honey-mustard mixture.
Add chicken broth or lamb stock.
Roast for about hour. Use a meat thermometer to ensure lamb done to the pink of perfection: 160°F (70°C).
Take the leg of lamb out of the pan and keep warm.
Add apple wort to the pan and reduce by half over medium heat (about 5 minutes), stirring regularly.
Add maple syrup, chestnut purée and cream.
Cook until sauce thickens, about 5 minutes.
Season with salt and pepper and add chopped rosemary.
Spoon sauce over sliced leg of lamb and serve with Brussels sprouts or other vegetables to taste. Garnish with fresh rosemary.
With their intense colour, these full-bodied wines exude powerful and complex fruit and spice aromas, occasionally accompanied by woody notes. They have a good tannic structure and a velvety mouthfeel.
Product category: red wine.
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Real roasted flavour.
Caramel and roasted malt flavours highlight the bitter hops bouquet of this medium-bodied beer.
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