Lamb Recipes

If cooked properly I like lamb better than beef. Now I know a lot of you are questioning my sanity, but that's probably because you've never had good lamb cooked properly. It seems lamb is like liver or anchovies. Some people just hate them and it's usually because of a traumatic childhood experience.

Create mouth watering leg of lamb on the smoker or grill with these various techniques. Leg of lamb is a complex bundle of muscles, with layers of fat and connective tissue throughout. Here are four methods for dealing with the wonderful log of meat and how to create deliciously smoky grilled leg of lamb. read more
In Morocco, Mechoui means 'roasted on an open fire.' Whole lamb is usually roasted on a spit, and often the cavity is filled with organ meats, herbs, or fruits. In this twist on the traditional mechoui, a leg of lamb is marinated overnight in charmoula. It is then seasoned, grilled, and served with harissa hot sauce. read more
Lamb loin chops are tender, flavorful, and juicy. This is an extremely quick and easy marinade and cooking method for grilled lamb loin chops. read more
Rack of lamb is incredible rich and succulent, especially when cooked medium rare. Here are the tips and tricks for creating perfect rack of lamb lollipops (lamb chops) for your guests including how to trim them, season them, and grill them. read more
Next time you have a jones for a burger, make it a lamburger. Preparing these burgers is a snap and you might not go back to beef hamburgers. Served in a pita along with Greek tzatsiki sauce, these flavorful ground lamb burgers are a great change of pace from traditional burgers at your next BBQ and grilling cookout. read more
With this simple but flavor rich recipe, feast on succulent lamb ribs that are seasoned with a dry rub and slow smoked until tender. Lamb ribs are grilled low and slow until browned and tender, and then serve them without any sauce to highlight the balance of the slightly gamey meat and the herb scented dry rub. read more
This is a chart of the many different cuts of lamb. read more

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