Try one or more savory lamb recipes this spring.
Lamb dishes are popular around spring and Easter time. Lamb is commonly found on high-end restaurant menus, but it can be just as delicious on your family dinner table. Try one of these lamb recipes below for a savory meal the whole family will enjoy.
Lamb is a tender and juicy meat that pairs well with a variety of flavors. Let it grace your dinner table for a special occasion or a family dinner.
Lamb Loin Chops with Mango Sauce
This recipe features a new take on a tried-and-true recipe favorite. The mango adds a tangy sweetness to the traditional mint and pepper seasoning of lamb chops, as well as a healthy dose of vitamins and nutrients. Find the recipe here.
Crown Roast Rack of Katahdin Lamb with Safrindian Rice
A full rack of lamb is likely not going to be available in most local grocery stores. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture, the promoter of this lamb recipe, recommends inquiring at your local butcher or lamb producer for the two full racks of lamb. Make sure to read up on other common requests you can make, such as how the butcher should prepare the cuts.
Those in Tennessee can find a listing of local butchers and lamb producers on the Pick Tennessee Products website under “Meats.” The rich and flavorful notes of this epicurean lamb recipe is worth the extra effort. Find the recipe here.
Slow Cooked Irish Lamb Stew
This recipe hails from the Irish-settled hills of Arkansas and offers a savory recipe for enjoying lamb cooked as tender as can be. It includes lamb, a variety of vegetables, spices, and even a pint of Guinness Extra Stout for extra luck of the Irish. The original recipe is prepared in a Dutch Oven, but a slow cooker can be used as well. Find the recipe here.
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