This beautifully-spiced sumac lamb is best served with a simple tomato-cucumber salad, pita and hummus for a beautiful Middle Eastern feast.
These juicy, spicy harissa lamb burgers are going to be a hit at your next barbecue. Harissa mayo, pickled red onions and feta make this burger special.
The star of this recipe is the herb mint sauce pairing playfully with grilled lamb and a versatile Vinho Verde wine. A delightful summer trio.
Much thinner than the usual pizza, this Greek Lamb Flatbread is topped with a little feta, a garlic-mint sauce and a fresh vegetables for great crunch. A perfect meal or appetizer.
This hands-off Moroccan lamb meatball recipe comes together quickly and easily and it’s perfect for make-ahead meal prepping.
Cool, fall temperatures are coming. Get cozy with this tender lamb shepherd’s pie.
These lamb chops are taken to another level with a nut/spice blend called dukkah. Nuts, coriander, cumin and sesame seeds are just the right complement.
Marinated with simple ingredients and layered on a skewer with your favorite vegetables, these grilled lamb kebabs are nothing short of delicious.
Enjoy a quick meal of pressure cooked red wine lamb shanks that taste like they were made tender and flavorful from hours of low and slow cooking.
Baked Keema Samosa is a very famous Indian snack prepared using mutton keema and wheat flour with step by step photos. Here are both baked and fried versions. Also shared Keema Samosa recipe made using maida – all purpose flour.
Let these buttery, flaky lamb hand pie with bright flavors of the persillade do the work for you at your next party. Simply set them out with a bottle of wine and sit back and relax… or start prepping the next course.
A meat cut that is also the perfect appetizer size, these lamb chops are roasted with thyme, garlic and chili powder for a flavorful and filling bite.
A slow-cooked lamb glazed in a mustard sauce and served with a bright gremolata. A simple meal to master and cook for guests.
Let these tender lamb bites with a creamy feta and thyme sauce melt in your mouth. Make ahead of time and have the perfect party appetizer ready to be served with a bottle of red wine
When thinking of lamb skewers and a zucchini cheese bake, perhaps your guess is that it may take a lot of time to prepare and cook. Don’t wait till the weekend to make this. Try this recipe and see just how easy it is!
Casarecce with Lamb Sausage and Baby Kale is a great, no-fuss dinner that is packed with flavor. Simple, flexible and delicious.
Enjoy a casual summer brunch with tapas-style food that pair perfectly with late mornings, easy conversations and Vinho Verde wines from Casal Garcia. Check out the recipe for peach crostini and Greek salad cups with lamb proscuitto.
Bursting with bright flavors from tomatoes and cucumber, this grilled lamb with eggplant sauce and crispy chickpeas is a summer stunner that we can’t resist.
So tender, exquisitely seasoned, and dressed in a salad of bright-green herbs and crunchy seeds, this sous vide leg of lamb will stop the show at any special spring occasion.
On a chilly spring day, we want a dish that is somewhere between hearty & refreshing. Try this lamb with spring asparagus, peas, and a lemon-mint yogurt.
A seemingly complicated lamb chop recipe loaded with mouth-watering flavors is actually so easy to prep ahead and make in minutes.
Traditional Italian lamb sausage and chewy farro with sweet figs and pecorino combine with herbs to make an untraditional dish.
Stuffed pastry pockets of any kind are a comforting snack on a cold day. This recipe is stuffed with meaty goodness and could go well with a frothy beer.
A tender, slow cooked lamb curry and potatoes is flavored with bold spices for a delicious hearty combination. Enjoy with flatbread.
Pan-seared lamb chops with roasted acorn squash and artichoke puree is a fall-inspired dish that really packs the flavor.
A tender rack of lamb is easily roasted and served with a creamy, tangy, bright blueberry crème fraîche sauce.
We love lamb in the cold months, roasted low and slow. Learn the best cuts and how to prepare them for a successful holiday dish, every time.
Cooked low and slow for seven hours, this tender lamb meat is served with a rich sauce from cooking with a crusty bread and some vegetables. A perfect meal for a cold day.
When on vacation, dining at a hotel restaurant usually can never compare to venturing out to a local favorite. However, at Athen’s Sofitel Hotel Chef Theofanis Stathis creates a menu worth staying in for.
Chef Thrainn Freyr Vigfusson lets us in on the favorite dishes and ingredients of the Nordic island. From fresh to skyr, discover the best bites of Iceland.
Welcome in the new spring season with spring lamb roasted, grilled, whole, or ground. Lamb 10 ways.
A hearty lamb mutton curry with a generous dose of spice, inspired by the colonial Indian outposts called Dak Bungalows.
Lamb, cooked with balsamic, honey, and rosemary, served between brioche buns and topped with Castello’s havarti and caramelized onions for a fancy burger.
Flavorful ground lamb makes its way in between dough before being pan-fried with ghee and dipped in creamy tzatziki sauce.
A deceptively simple lamb recipe that allows the inherent tastiness of the ingredients really shine. This can be conquered on bustling weeknight.
Slow cooked lamb doused in a scrumptious sauce, that has been reduced is served over fregola sarda to soak up the flavors and brightened with lemon slices.
Apricots, ras el hanout, and feta take lamb lasagna on a whole new route. Make the full dish to feed a crowd or have plenty of delicious leftovers.
Start this on a lazy Sunday and allow to roast all day. Serve fall-off-the-bone meat with mint pesto and roasted vegetables for a completely satisfying meal
Slow and steady wins the race. It tastes great with goat cheese and results in a reflection of patience and quality ingredients with herb and citrus notes.
In the midst of the traditional kebabs and curries, this crisp, simple Middle Eastern tart is a great pastry tart for something light to add to the spread.
Make a delicious warm salad on the barbecue or in a grill pan and top it with seasonal vegetables and root-based dressings.
Try these lamb cutlets and a potato stew, a riff on patatas bravas and lamb lollipop commonly served in Salamanca with a beautiful glass of Rioja wine.
A delicious dish to use the bounty of summer beans. It all combines for a sweet-salty-sour-spicy palette together with gamey lamb for a flavorful meal.
High in protein and full in flavor, this dish is a hearty meal with plenty of vegetables. Adjust the heat by adding crushed sichuan peppercorns.
For a tasty mezze, take the time to make this eggplant dish. With crisp lamb and tart pomegranate, is is the perfect combination of flavors and textures.
With spicy meat and cool yogurt, mint, and tomatoes this flatbread is great to quickly prepare on a warm day. Not to mention, it is easy on the eyes, too.
Grilled lamb kebabs are served over rice or in a warm pita, and drizzled with garlic yogurt sauce. Begin marinating in the morning for richly flavored meat.
Take a peek inside a culinary fabrication class for a glimpse of the art of butchery from seafood, to poultry, and beef cuts.
Lamb meatballs are thrown into a healthy, filling, and lip-tingling wrap. Top with a chili and vinegar dressing to bring the heat up a flavorful notch.
Roasted lamb bursting with pomegranate seeds and middle eastern flavor is easy to create. Rest the meat on top of a bed of mashed potatoes with feta cheese.
Molly Malone sang of her cockles and wares through the streets of Dublin, but many have not tried the saltwater clams. Try these Dutch cockles with a spicy lamb sausage and a wine cream sauce.
The grassy flavor of this lamb burger combined with goat cheese, a crisp, fennel and mint slaw, and a bacon tomato jam are true culinary chemistry.
Impress eaters with tender lamb shanks and roasted vegetables.
Spicy lamb with green beans and Thai basil over jasmine rice will hit the spot for tonight’s dinner.
Slow cooked lamb sandwiches on a baguette will delight the palate with sweet onions and spicy aioli.
This rustic and unassuming Indian dish gets it’s smoky and complex flavors from slow braising on low heat.
This dish requires a lot of forethought, but not a lot of effort for a major payoff in terms of tenderness and flavor.
This hearty one-pot dinner is full of different herbs and spices in both the meatballs and the stew for layers of complex flavor.
This restaurant-caliber meal merges traditional Icelandic flavors with modern methods of preparation.
This hearty, comforting dish is the perfect dinner for cool Autumn evenings.