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.See Popular Rack of Lamb Recipes
At Lilette in New Orleans, chef John Harris uses coriander seeds to make a simple, citrusy crust for his French-influenced rack of lamb. Behroush Sharifi's coriander seeds are small, so they cling to the meat; other coriander seeds tend to be larger, so they need to be coarsely ground before they are packed on.
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Garlic and rosemary flavor this grilled rack of lamb. Serve it for dinner with rolls and a tossed salad.
Roast whole apples in an apple cider mixture until tender for the side dish to the roasted pork in this elegant main dish.
Plan ahead because the lamb needs to marinate for at least 8 hours. To serve, lean the cut chops up against a pile of roasted garlic mashed potatoes and a side of bright green beans.
Red wine lends rich flavor to the lamb roasts in this low-calorie main dish recipe, which is ideal to serve when entertaining.
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.
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.
Mustard and rosemary complement rich lamb and earthy lentils in this elegant meal. Don't let rack of lamb intimidate you. It is simple to prepare.
Take a trip to Italy with this Tuscan-inspired rub, aromatic with fennel, basil, garlic, rosemary and oregano. Try it on boneless, skinless chicken thighs, salmon steaks or lamb chops.
Sometimes you're in the mood to cook something ... different, you know what we mean? Something a little special, if for no other reason than it's Saturday, say, or just because you feel like it. If you're like us, lamb shanks aren't exactly on your regular rotation of weeknight dinner recipes, and that's ok. This recipe belongs in your trove of "I'm really in the mood for..." recipes. As a cut of meat, lamb shanks can be amazing -- if they're cooked right. They're richly flavored and layered with fat (hey, you're not eating them every day). That means theyread more
Learn more about lamb, a staple on the Easter and Passover dinner tables, and find new ways to cook the delicious meat.
Spring is in the air and the crocuses are already popping up in my neighborhood. It's time to make Easter plans! Most of my energy is going toward a festive Easter dinner for the family.
Ham at Easter dinner? Sacrilege -- literally. Well, almost literally. The way I see it, Lamb is the meat to serve at Easter because Easter is all about Jesus, a.k.a. the Good Shepherd. As far as I know, Jesus has never been called the Good Swineherd. Lamb is also traditional at Passover, the seder meal that Jesus knew quite well. And lambs mean spring. Spring and rebirth! No one ever says, "Oh, look at those darling little piglets gamboling around" or gets a chocolate pig in her Easter basket. And no one bakes an Easter cake in the shaperead more