Chef John's Grilled Lamb Steaks
Using vinaigrette as a sauce for grilled meats is one of my favorite 'cheats' of all time. They take minutes to whisk together, there's absolutely no culinary finesse required, and the combinations of oils, vinegar, and flavorings are limitless. How about balsamic vinaigrette on some grilled skirt steak? Maybe mustard dressing on some pork chops? How could grilled chicken drizzled with Greek dressing and feta cheese not be awesome?
Lamb Steaks with Herbs and Caramelized Garlic
Truth be told, we eat more red meat as as a flavoring in a pasta sauce or a stir-fry than we do as the straight-up center of attention. However, Lamb Steaks with Herbs and Caramelized Garlic make a…
Chermoula lamb leg steaks with minted cucumber yogurt recipe | delicious. magazine
Homemade chermoula, made with saffron, lemon, coriander and garlic, is the perfect accompaniment to barbecued lamb leg steaks. The Moroccan-inspired flavours of the chermoula work well with fish and other meats too.
How To Make the Best-Ever Lamb Chops in Just 20 Minutes
These easy and quick Lamb Chops with Mustard-Thyme Sauce make an amazing family favorite dinner! Creamy mustard sauce is made with garlic, Dijon mustard, red wine (or white wine), and fresh thyme. Lamb chops are tender and juicy. These Mediterranean pan-fried lamb chops can be cooked in a stainless steel skillet or in a cast iron pan. The...Read More
Lemon Oregano Lamb Shoulder Chops Recipe
Looking for an easy, delicious lamb shoulder chop marinade recipe? If you don’t believe me, be sure to read the comments. This is one of my favorite ways to make lamb and I’m sorry, but…
Rosemary Garlic Grilled Lamb Chops
A tasty way to prepare economical cuts of lamb chops and steaks! Tenderise and infuse them with flavour with a delicious marinade then grill to perfection on the BBQ (or stove). Marinade for at least 2 hours, preferably overnight (no longer than 24 hours). Update: This is (was!) a tart marinade and following feedback from some readers by email and from a friend, I have tweaked the recipe slightly to take the edge off the vinegar. :) Resounding feedback all round!