Leg of Lamb
A typical holiday meal, roast leg of lamb provides enough meat to feed a crowd. These easy recipes call for marinating leg of lamb and cooking it whole or butterflying it for the grill.
Amogio, a garlic-heavy Italian sauce, acts as the marinade and the dipping sauce for grilled lamb in this delicious dinner.
For the most succulent slices of lamb, serve the roast medium-rare to medium, in its own juices, with an elegant arrangement of vegetables.
Zippy black beans pair deliciously with this roasted leg of lamb.
Tender, succulent slices of boneless leg of lamb served on a kaiser roll make a delicious entree for a leisurely backyard cookout. You'll have plenty of time to visit while the roast grills.
With slivers of garlic and a fresh herb rub, this leg of lamb soon becomes an unforgettable low-fat favorite.
While the lamb roasts, the spicy rub seeps into the slits you cut in the meat, creating pockets of flavor.
A Thai flavored sauce goes perfectly with the seasoned and grilled leg of lamb in this recipe.
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.
Put a spice rub and yogurt on the lamb in the morning, then refrigerate until dinner. Cook it on the grill and dinner is ready to serve.
Complement robust marinated lamb with the light sweetness of warm apples. Grill the apples in a foil packet for ease.
Please meat and potato devotees with this no-fuss slow cooker lamb dinner.
A zesty lemon marinade seasons this grilled succulent lamb recipe. A feta cheese and tomato mixture adds the final touches when serving this main dish.
In this grilled kabob recipe, lean chunks of lamb, potatoes, onions, and sweet peppers are glazed with aromatic mustard and savory thyme.
Slow roast the lamb, rubbed with Moroccan-style spices, to make this dinner party entree.
This gorgeous salad is perfect for summer entertaining. Arrange spirals of cheese-and-herb-stuffed lamb alongside crisp greens and colorful roasted vegetables.
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.