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How to Debone & Butterfly a Leg of Lamb ctm magazine

Learn how to Debone & Butterfly a Leg of Lamb! Go to http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2014/04/how-to-debone-butterfly-leg-of-lamb-for.html for the ingredient amounts, extra information, and many, many more video recipes! I hope you enjoy this easy, How to Debone & Butterfly a Leg of Lamb demo!



  • Spa Vasupol Chatmethakul on April 24, 2014

     2:13 "And by the way, this technique is called deboning a leg of lamb, not boning a leg of lame. Im pretty sure that means something different" LOOL love you chef john XD

  • Dynamic Hypnotic on April 24, 2014

    just as a matter of interest, why do you chefs refer to themselves as "chef" like it's a title? i mean,it's a trade, the same as like a mechanic or an electrician.. when you go to the garage/shop to get your car fixed, the guy fixing your car wouldn't say, "hi I'm mechanic John, I'll be fixing your car today" lol…..if you needed a doctorate do be a chef or a phd etc, then i could understand it lol…just an observation, peace out 🙂

  • Dustin C. on April 30, 2014

    No one cares.

  • Phillips Mom on May 4, 2014

    I don't eat lamb. But if I did,my butcher would be doing that. Yuck.

  • jigz h on May 4, 2014

    Had to gasp at you cutting into those 2 beautiful rumps. I'd get fired if I did that.

  • tomas ronan on May 5, 2014

    Don't forget to keep the bone and cook it with the meat……… or not! lol

  • Ty Ngo on May 11, 2014

    I've watched pretty much all your videos and think they are great. One thing that really bothers me that I'd like address though. Can you Please speak a little more normal?! We are all adults watching your videos so the whole high pitched thing is getting so old I'm about to unsubscribe and find a new channel. Watch your videos and listen, you'll get it. I really hope that's not the way you speak normally.

  • Simmonds91 on January 19, 2015

    Thanks for the advice.

  • Kellie Trudel on March 31, 2015

    Thank you Chef John! Very good explanation…solid Easter bunnies for all this year lol!!

  • Josh Dean on April 4, 2015

    Great, clear instruction!

  • Pinkstarclan on April 11, 2015

    Anything I can use the bone for?

  • MrSudbury12000 on April 18, 2015

    thank you!

  • TheMrpalid on August 5, 2015

    u use the bone?

  • Gabriel Thompson on December 9, 2015

    oh my, LOL:)

  • Pieter Traut on December 24, 2015

    Thank John, so simple!

  • mike brat on February 5, 2016

    Thanks a lot !! 🙂 My dad was so kind to buy me a leg of lamb from our arabic butcher. I will do your recipe as well: First time for me..i love to learn cooking different cuts.

  • Unhappy Bowl on February 5, 2016

    At first I was like "There is NO WAY thats a butterfly leg" and then i realized the stupidity of that thought.

  • Rebecca Smart on February 13, 2016

    He makes it sound like we're all going on an adventure into the woods. I want to go so badly! I feel like this could be turned into a children's book or something.

  • Claudine ME Jones on August 21, 2016

    brilliant! just what I needed when I unwrapped the 'lamb shanks' my brother said he got for tomorrow's bbq (I LOVE lamb shank) only this is what was in the package. Oops. Hit rewind. Thank you for the concise instructions. Great voice work.

  • Bill Prudehome on February 1, 2017

    My butcher doesn't charge for de-boning any piece of meat. The meat is weighed with the bone in and you are charged based on the total weight, but I certainly do not pay for any labor and I have never heard of a butcher charging for cutting meat.

  • JoePesty on March 26, 2017

    the don't bone it joke cracked me up !

  • Rem on May 7, 2017

    With that extra money you saved you can buy the real parm. lol

  • Samuel Osebe Moriasi on July 22, 2017

    boning a leg of lamb 😎

  • Mark Taylor on September 14, 2017

    Never use a fat dull knife unless you want to cut yourself

  • Joe on February 19, 2018

    don't you just love his voice

  • Joe on February 19, 2018

    i do…

  • yeti dodger on May 8, 2018

    thats not how the welsh bone a lamb

  • Louis Glynn on July 12, 2018

    what on god's green earth is this guys voice

  • Thomas Bernecky on August 10, 2018

    So, let me get this right: the knee bone's connected to the hip bone?

  • ChocolateTampon on April 16, 2019

    The voice is so reassuring. What could possibly go wrong?

  • Wayne Robinson on April 29, 2019

    oh my god, I love the comments. Almost as much as I love our Chef John. Where else on YouTube can you find such funniness? Answer: nowhere!

  • Byron Conquest on June 15, 2019

    Hahaha his voice. Got like a jerry seinfeld feel.

  • Byron Conquest on July 26, 2019

    This guys voice and expressions are sooo good 🙂

  • Joe Homer on September 14, 2019

    Can you make some recommendations for use of leg bone removed? Broth, stock?

  • marcus cicero on October 24, 2019

    that leg of lamb looked pretty rare. I do my lamb rib chops like that, but legs I cook medium. the leg is too gamey rare

  • Manmade Mademoiselle on April 10, 2020

    BUT he did NOT remove the gland ? Eeeewww yuch !

  • Timothy Smith on May 2, 2020

    Just watched the video and it was great!! I deboned the leg of lamb I had bought and it couldn't have been easier!! Thank you!

  • sam davies on May 6, 2020

    Not to mention a nice bone for the dog which is a few dollars saved

  • daniel marsh on May 11, 2020

    What about the gland? Or do y'all eat that shit wherever you are lol

  • medisalem salem on June 11, 2020

    always a mixture of learning, fun, and pleasure thx!

  • Drew Bakka on June 13, 2020

    The Welsh, new Zealanders and Muslims bone lambs all the time

  • TheYanster57 on September 26, 2020

    You could tunnel bone it out leaving a perfect leg joint

  • Jared Harper on October 23, 2020

    Hey Chef! This was close but not 100% right. When deboning, you should start at one end of the bone and insert your knife in a dagger grip. In this way, you would stroke the edge of the knife along the edge of the bone, working from one end to the other. Do not stroke the knife towards your body at any time. You should not hold your knife as you do in this video as it is quite dangerous, and you need to stop pulling your knife towards your body. You also didn't finish butterflying the lamb, it is too thick in the centre which is why you didn't get an even cook.

    I'm sure you've learnt a lot since then but I thought as a young butcher I would offer up some tips as it's not often that I have the chance to pass on my knowledge.

  • Chester Oates on December 22, 2020

    Any ideas for that nice bone after removal?

  • Colonel Sanders on February 14, 2021

    Worked like a charm. I'll never buy a boneless leg of lamb again. Thanks!

  • DreadWolf on April 5, 2021

    It’s a beautiful day in the neighbourhood lol

  • Stefano David on June 27, 2021


  • dan cummane on August 6, 2021

    Awesome 👏

  • Etaks 343 on September 15, 2021

    That was terrible

  • yakoub Sting on December 26, 2021

    I really really really hate his voice, annoying as hell .

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