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Spitbraai Carving By Braai-Pro, Durban Spitbraai Caterers

Lamb Preparation

Braai-Pro Spitbraai Team, Durban Spitbraai Caterers
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Our lambs are prepared 2 days in advance. The first step is the lamb 'rigging'. This process involves
'rigging' or attaching the lamb to the braaing rod. The lamb must be fastened securely onto the braaing
rod to prevent it from falling off. The following sequence of pictures depicts the rigging process:
 
1. Whole lamb
to be rigged.
2. Lamb split
open.
3. Rigs are
inserted.
4. Rigs are fastened
to rod.
5. Ribs are
split.

Once the lamb is fastened securely onto the braaing rod, it is time for the marinating process. Here we
use the injection method whereby the marinade is injected or pumped into the lamb in various parts.
 
6. Lamb is marinated.
  
 
After the lamb is marinated, it is stored away into our cold storage where our marinade will work its magic
for 2 days.
 
7. Lamb is ready for cold storage.