Rack of Lamb

One rack of lamb is enough to serve two or three people. From herb-Dijon crusted to spice-rubbed versions, these easy recipes for rack of lamb cook quickly enough for weeknight suppers.

Rack of Lamb

Better Homes and Gardens

Roast Rack of Lamb Cider Glaze

Midwest Living

Roast whole apples in an apple cider mixture until tender for the side dish to the roasted pork in this elegant main dish.

Rack of Lamb Rosemary

Midwest Living

Garlic and rosemary flavor this grilled rack of lamb. Serve it for dinner with rolls and a tossed salad.

Roast Rack of Lamb

Diabetic Living

Red wine lends rich flavor to the lamb roasts in this low-calorie main dish recipe, which is ideal to serve when entertaining.

Porcini Rack of Lamb

Diabetic Living

Rack of Lamb Chops with Onion Marmalade

Family Circle

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.

Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb

Family Circle

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.

Porcini-Herb Crusted Roast Rack of Lamb with White Bean Ragout

Midwest Living

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.

How to Roast Lamb

There is no definitive recipe or guide for how to roast lamb or what spices and herbs one must use. In fact, country to country, region to region, you will find a huge variety of recipes and methods for roasting lamb.

How to Roast Lamb

There is no definitive recipe or guide for how to roast lamb or what spices and herbs one must use. In fact, country to country, region to region, you will find a huge variety of recipes and methods for roasting lamb.

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