A traditional main-dish favorite for Easter or Passover, lamb works well for Christmas and other holidays too. From roasted lamb chops to leg of lamb and more, these recipes could become new Christmas mainstays.
Garlic and lemon flavor this roasted leg of lamb. If you are unable to find a whole leg of lamb, proceed with the recipe following the instructions in the note to use two boneless leg roasts.
Roast whole apples in an apple cider mixture until tender for the side dish to the roasted pork in this elegant main dish.
When you're in a hurry for a fancy feast, this sophisticated 30-minute entree definitely impresses.
Please meat and potato devotees with this no-fuss slow cooker lamb dinner.
Lemon and rosemary are a common pair, but the addition of raspberry preserves and red wine (trust us!) make the flavor of this roasted lamb a dinner you'll dream about.
If you're tired of ham or turkey at the holidays, try this leg of lamb recipe, which includes a side of flavored rice.
For a special occasion dinner, serve this garlic and rosemary rubbed lamb roast. It's visually appealing and the fork-tender lamb with the honey sweetened marmalade is delicious.
Yes you can master the iconic lamb roast dinner! Rub with herbed bread crumbs and cook until the center reaches 135 degrees . Roasted potatoes and asparagus pair perfectly with this protein.
A mushroom-herb blend coats the lamb, giving it rich flavor as it roasts. Serve this robust meal at a special dinner party with friends.
Slow roast the lamb, rubbed with Moroccan-style spices, to make this dinner party entree.
This special-occasion dish takes extra time to prepare. Make the lamb early so the rub has time to fill the meat with flavor.
A sauce made from orange juice, dried fruit, and fresh mint dress up lamb chops.
Carrots, celery, and onions--diced small for a wonderful blend of flavors--are a rustic complement to the garlicky lamb.
Roast the carrots, potatoes, and parsnips with the lamb during the last hour to add even more flavor to the vegetables in this robust meal.
This lamb recipe uses plum jam rather than the customary mint jelly. The sweet jam complements the aromatic lamb beautifully.
Fresh rosemary, garlic, and pepper give this tender lamb a robust Mediterranean zing without adding a lot of calories, fat, or carbohydrates.