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Enjoy tender lamb slowly simmered along with a variety of chile peppers and spices in this not so common chili version. Interestingly, lamb meat in chili dates back to the 1880's versions cooked by some of the San Antonio Chili Queens. Try substituting dark Mexican beer for the chicken stock, adding it once you've cooked all the spices in the pepper mixture. Let it reduce for a few minutes and continue with the recipe.
This stew is hearty, full of warm autumn root vegetables and tender lamb - perfect when paired with a heap of buttered egg noodles and a glass of Chianti. You can make your own lamb rub using the spices in this recipe or purchase packaged lamb dry rub in our meat department.
Long, slow cooking makes lamb meltingly tender. Garnish the dish with chopped fresh dill or thyme, if you like. Serve with mashed potatoes, polenta or egg noodles for soaking up the sauce.
This salad of fresh spinach, tomatoes, grilled lamb, feta cheese and olives is a complete meal in itself. Serve with a glass of white or red wine for a treat.
The fresh flavors of persillade, a mixture of garlic and parsley, complement juicy lamb chops spread with a bit of Dijon mustard and baked in a hot oven. Serve with broiled tomatoes and roasted potatoes.
Tender lamb seasoned with cilantro, cinnamon, ginger and saffron joins chickpeas, dates, oranges and almonds in this classic Moroccan dish. "Tagine" refers to slowly simmered meat, fish and vegetable dishes that have both a sweet and savory flavor. Not to be confused, it is also the name of the earthenware dish that these highly aromatic stews are prepared and served in. Serve this lamb tagine over couscous for a complete, delicious meal.
Ground lamb, potatoes, dried currants and fresh oregano rolled in tender chard leaves create a modern twist on stuffed grape leaves. Make ahead and gently reheat in a large covered skillet with a few tablespoons of water in the bottom; try serving them with plain Greek yogurt for dipping and a few lemon wedges.
Imagine lamb in a whole new way with this surprising sauce. The combination of blueberries and lavender add a sweet and herbal complement to this traditional savory dish.
Raita, a cool cucumber and yogurt sauce, makes an ideal complement to warmly spiced lamb burgers.
Serve these flavorful ground lamb kabobs with cucumber salad, couscous or grilled zucchini.
Grilling a leg of lamb is worth every moment of effort; the smoky, tender results don't disappoint. Serve slices of this impressive main course alongside roasted sweet potatoes or potato salad.
This traditional peasant dish is popular in northern Italy in the spring, where it's a favorite Italian Easter recipe, when lamb is at its most tender. Succulent lamb comes together with artichoke hearts, prosciutto, rosemary and sage for a savory main course. Delectable served over polenta, rice or pasta along with a fresh green salad. If you prefer, use 1 cup chicken broth in place of the wine in this recipe.
Lamb is a classic holiday dish. In this recipe, the flavors are kept simple. A leg of lamb is rubbed with a mixture of rosemary and garlic and then roasted with aromatic vegetables.
Sweet cherries make a flavorful salsa to pair with lamb chops rubbed with sea salt and lime zest.
Tender lamb cooks slowly along with leeks, mushrooms, eggplant and potatoes in this ideal autumn dish. Cinnamon, turmeric, cumin, coriander and a touch of cayenne perfectly spice this Moroccan medley. Serve over cooked couscous or rice to absorb every drop of the delicious broth.
The lamb for these kebabs marinates in lemon juice, garlic and spices overnight, guaranteeing tender, juicy meat right off the grill.
No need to wait until grilling season to make these delicious burgers. As an alternative, pan-fry them in a bit of olive oil over medium heat until cooked to your desired doneness. Serve the burgers on whole wheat rolls with lettuce and tomatoes, if you like.
For garlic lovers, a braised dish like this one makes for the perfect, slow-cooked autumn and winter meal. Serve with a side of wilted spinach or kale, with even more garlic mixed in, if you like.
A rich and savory spice paste flavors this dish, which is perfect for cold winter nights. Ladle the stew over rice or pasta, if you like.
Hearty and rustic, this lamb loin is an impressive anchor for any menu. Bold red wine sauce balances the earthiness of mushrooms and lamb. Try this roast with steamed haricots verts (small green beans) and brown rice.