There is no meat that is quite like lamb. With a savory, unique taste, you may find yourself craving it beyond the traditional Easter feast. But, what to make? We have that handled. These delicious recipes should give you just the boost of inspiration you need. Check them out and get cooking!
Lamb, olive oil, garlic, fresh rosemary and pepper make a leg of lamb to remember. Carve it when it is juicy for extra effect. For an additional dish, roast vegetables and serve them on the site. Dole it out on your best plates and dig in. Even for the leg of lamb newbies, fear not: lamb is easier to carve them other roast meats, such as turkey.
Hoping to make a leg of lamb that does not take quite so long? Try this idea! The preparation makes sure the meat comes right off the bone, no knife need. The secret is to roast the meat slow and long. Simply pull the meat off with tongs and add a savory gravy, plus more rosemary, if desired. Tasty!
Cumin, paprika, allspice, coriander, ginger, cayenne, pepper and salt are combined to make a rub. Cover the raw meat in it, and then cook it. While that is in the oven, get to work on the harissa sauce: cilantro, cream, lime and harissa paste are all that is needed. Serve with vegetables and plenty of couscous. So good!
Taste the flavors of Greece with olive oil, onion, dill, garlic, onion, lemon zest and juice and oregano. After refrigerating and then grilling, remove and serve with a salad (just use olive oil as a dressing) or additional lemon slices.
If you are looking for a different way to use any leftover lamb, try gryos. These sandwiches are held in pitas with plenty of vegetables and sometimes feta cheese. Oregano, onion and garlic are mixed with ground or roast meat. Then, a flavorful, creamy sauce is made. Once the meat is cooked, the gyro is assembled and ready to eat. Serve with rice or French fries.
Indulge in these leg of lamb recipes for a hearty alternative dinner, Passover or Easter meal. There will be plenty of leftovers and smiles, for sure. Feel good that you are cooking a satisfying meal that even the most hesitant cook can make.