Top Rated Lamb Recipes

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Lemon Zest
Sabrina Sexton’s Irish version of the Italian dish Osso Buco is served with root vegetables and a lemony gremolata that’s a bright addition to the tender, flavorful meat. 
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Beer-Braised Lamb Tacos Recipe
It may be more of a winter weather technique, but braising has its place in summer cooking too —namely in these fantastic beer-braised lamb tacos. (Incidentally, if you have leftover meat, it makes a great base for a ragù to serve over pasta.) Click here to see Luscious Lamb Recipes. 
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Spicy Lamb Tacos with Lime Crema
I generally like my food spicy, but when it comes to tacos, bring it on! Braising the lamb with a combination of chiles will infuse it with flavor and heat — just make sure you wash your hands really well after shredding it. Temper the burn with a Greek yogurt-based Mexican crema. It's lighter than sour cream and better, in my opinion, for cooling off post-snack attack. Click here to see 8 Easy & Delicious Taco Recipes. 
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Slow-Roasted Garlic and Thyme Leg of Lamb with Parsnips
Cooking low and slow yields an even, tender piece of meat. In this recipe, it is cooked atop pieces of onion for flavor and aromatics.Excerpted from Sheet Pan Paleo (Ulysses Press, 2016) by Pamela Ellgen.
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Brussel Sprouts with Crispy Lamb Belly
This is a sophisticated and delicious dish that will impress all of your guests. The best part is that you can cure the lamb belly days in advance. When you begin to brine your turkey a few days before the big event cure your lamb as well. Your guests will appreciate a well thought out lunch option.
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Thai Red Curry with Lamb
I love Thai curries. The aroma alone of creamy coconut milk with the slight heat of the pungent curry spices makes my mouth water. I will often add lamb coupled with whatever vegetables I have on hand and simmer the mixture together until meltingly tender. Alone, a curry is a hearty alternative to a bowl of soup. For something even more substantial, serve it atop a cup of brown rice cooked with a bit of coconut oil and coconut milk, for added flavor. Added benefit of this recipe? It cooks in the same amount of time it takes to cook rice. While I used lamb, onions, and bell peppers in this curry, you can really use whatever ingredients you have on hand. For example, try chicken instead of lamb, and use fresh snow peas and zucchini instead of the red bell peppers. A vegetarian? You can also use chopped tofu as well. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Thai Dishes.
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Lamb meatballs
This is my Greek version of spaghetti and meatballs, and it's just as comforting and hearty as the old stand-by but has some exotic flavors to kickstart your palate.Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Meatballs.
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Roasted Bone-In Lamb Leg with Rosemary and Lemon
Leg of lamb is the perfect holiday roast all year round. A simple lemon and rosemary rub add bright, peppery flavors to this flavorful cut of meat. Serve with tzatziki dip or chimichurri.
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Sweet Potato and Lamb Stew Recipe
This hearty stew, with tender, succulent meat and chunks of sweet potato, is sure to stick to your ribs.Click here to see Luscious Lamb Recipes. 
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Pan-Seared Lamb Shoulder Chops with Spicy Apricot Salsa
There's nothing quite like a perfectly seared piece of meat. Here, lamb shoulder chops are pan-seared until golden brown on both sides and topped with a sweet-spicy salsa whose main star is a summertime favorite: apricot. See all salsa recipes. Click here to see Apricots and Cherries and Peaches and Pluots, Oh My!
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Close up of lamb
Growing up in Puglia, Nicola’s mother Dora would make this comforting lamb dish every Easter. Bite-sized morsels of baby lamb are braised until tender and then covered with a mixture of beaten eggs and spring peas. The dish is then baked so that the eggs solidify, covering the lamb like a blanket. — Allison Beck
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