recipes for: Lamb
We love this grilled lamb shawarma recipe, inspired by the street carts of NYC. Marinate thinly sliced boneless lamb shoulder in a shawarma seasoning blend, then grill until crispy with sautéed onions. Serve over romaine lettuce or in a pita with chopped tomatoes, hummus, tzatziki, and lots of tahini! Easily feeds a crowd and can be made ahead! DF, GF
Tender and juicy smoked leg of lamb is a truly luxurious meal to elevate any summer cookout! After a quick marinade in white wine, Dijon, rosemary, lemon, and garlic, the lamb cooks slowly over low heat for 4-5 hours. Serve thinly sliced with crispy potatoes and your favorite veggie.
Slow roast leg of lamb is perfect for Passover or Easter! Braised bone-in lamb leg cooks low and slow until juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. Serve with lots of white wine sauce for a flavorful and special celebratory meal!
These easy family dinners win over everyone in the Well Seasoned household, from our most adventurous kid to the pickiest of eaters. What's even better is that they're all simple enough to have the kids help prep them in the kitchen!
Beer braised lamb tacos are an instant upgrade to taco night! The oven does all the work while lamb shanks cook low and slow until the meat falls off the bone, keeping the lamb unbelievably juicy and tender. Serve pulled lamb on corn or flour tortillas with minced onion, radishes, cotija, and fresh cilantro for an elevated Mexican-inspired dinner!
Take your burger night to the next level with homemade lamb burgers! Not only are these simple to make (they require nothing more than American ground lamb, kosher salt, and black pepper), but the topping possibilities are endless, ensuring a little something for every member of your family! Read on for tips on how to make the best lamb burgers of your life!
Goat cheese and panko-crusted roast rack of lamb is paired with a beautiful - and simple! - homemade red wine sauce. Sweet, tangy, and tender throughout! Serve with roasted grapes for an easy, yet impressive celebratory meal.
Shake up your weeknight pasta routine with this quick and simple lamb ragu! Served with fresh mint and ricotta over your favorite pasta, the sauce is hearty and so satisfying. The whole thing is ready in less than 30 minutes. A sauce the whole family will love!
Simple pan fried lamb chops (AKA lamb lollipops!) are ready in less than 10 minutes and can be paired with tzatziki, mint jelly, or our favorite homemade garlic herb sauce, made from a flavorful blend of parsley, oregano, garlic, lemon zest, and olive oil. Tender and juicy, these lamb chops perfect for a quick weeknight dinner, but special enough to serve to guests during the holidays!