1. Preheat rotisserie to 250 degrees Fahrenheit (120 degrees Celsius).
2. Place the lamb on the spit and secure it with the spit rod.
3. Insert the spit into the rotisserie.
4. Apply a generous amount of oil, butter, or both to the lamb to keep it moist and juicy.
5. Add any seasonings or marinades as desired.
6. Cook lamb on low heat for 1-3 hours, depending on your desired thickness and doneness.
7. Monitor the temperature with a meat thermometer to check doneness; 140 degrees F (or 60 degrees C) is the internal temperature at which lamb is considered done.
8. Remove from the spit and let rest for 10 minutes before slicing.
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