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The classic pairing of lamb and mint gets another layer of flavor with the addition of spring onions or leeks.
Tender lamb meatballs tossed in a flavorful pistachio mint pesto make a tasty tapas dish, perfect with crusty bread and a glass of Tempranillo, a robust Spanish red wine. Add a vegetable or pasta salad for an ideal summer lunch or light dinner.
Quick and easy, this delicious recipe gives cause for celebration. Tender lamb chops, lightly seasoned with freshly ground pepper and rosemary, are broiled to perfection and then topped with a simple, yet divine, white wine and goat cheese reduction. Garnish with a fresh sprig of rosemary for an impressive presentation.
Oven roasted for a succulent and tender bite, these delicious lamb and vegetable kebabs are easy to prepare and full of flavor. Serve with the tangy tzatziki sauce and a simple cucumber, tomato and olive salad with feta cheese and warm pita bread for a traditional Greek delight.
Stir-fry lean lamb with loads of fresh herbal flavors, crisp vegetables and fiery heat. Serve atop a heap of steaming Israeli couscous tossed with more herbs and gently sweet apricots. This is where fusion of cuisines and flavors truly shines. If you let your butcher know that you are making a stir-fry with the lamb they will be more than willing to cut up the lamb meat in stir-fry strips for convenience and uniform cooking.
Warm spices cooked with the lamb and a bright, crisp tahini salad come together for a wonderfully flavorful dish. It tastes even better the next day.
This stew comes together easily, simmering on top of the stove for a couple of hours and giving you the time to take care of a few spring cleaning projects.
We like to make lamb turnovers with any leftovers. Cut thawed frozen puff pastry dough into squares, fill with meat and cooked carrots, potatoes, celery or green beans and some of the leftover pan drippings from the lamb. Fold into triangles and seal, then bake in a 350°F oven until golden.
Here's proof that you can cook a crowd-friendly, budget-friendly lamb entree for your spring holiday meal. To ensure tender results, trim the lamb well, slice against the grain of the meat and be sure to follow the instructions for cooking in batches.
This elegant but easy main course works well with lamb loin or shoulder chops, so use whichever cut you prefer. Just keep in mind that shoulder chops are a bit larger, so you'll likely need just one per portion.
Prepared soy ginger sauce is a fragrant, juicy marinade for all manner of meats, from pork loin to chicken breasts. In this standout dish, semi-boneless leg of lamb, one of the most flavorful and elegant cuts of meat, gets the spotlight.
While these patties are delicious on their own, dress them up as burgers, if you like, using whole wheat buns, sliced tomatoes and crisp lettuce leaves.
This roast makes a wonderful centerpiece for a dinner party.
This delicious, guest-worthy recipe can be made a day or two ahead and provides a very nourishing meal for your money. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available as Whole Foods Market Brands.
Merguez sausages originated in North Africa and are typically made of lamb or beef and spiced with chiles that give the sausage its notable red color.
Simple and delicious, tandoori is a good introduction to Indian cuisine. Its bright red color suggests a slightly spicy flavor. We use paprika to create the traditional color and combine with ginger, coriander, cumin, cayenne, cinnamon and turmeric to bring out the full flavor of beef or lamb. A less-visible ingredient in this lively dish is yogurt, which acts as the tenderizing agent.
Serve this simple pasta dish with a crusty baguette and green salad.
The lamb sausage imparts a rustic and earthy flavor to this dish that complements the salty sweetness of the feta.