Fixing a lamb roast takes less time than you might think. Whether using crown, rib, or shoulder roasts, these easy lamb roast recipes cook quickly on the stovetop, in the crockpot, or the oven.
This lamb roast, which is great for dinner parties, is surprisingly simple.
Spoon the well-seasoned lamb curry over a bed of spaghetti squash.
Zippy black beans pair deliciously with this roasted leg of lamb.
With slivers of garlic and a fresh herb rub, this leg of lamb soon becomes an unforgettable low-fat favorite.
Amogio, a garlic-heavy Italian sauce, acts as the marinade and the dipping sauce for grilled lamb in this delicious dinner.
This lamb roast, slow-cooked with herbs and lemon and served with orzo, spinach, and feta cheese, is like a culinary visit to the Mediterranean.
Roast whole apples in an apple cider mixture until tender for the side dish to the roasted pork in this elegant main dish.
Curry adds intrigue to this colorful Christmas main dish. Round out this slow cooker meal with a spinach salad. Ideal for the diabetic diet.
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.
Come home to the Mediterranean with this delicious slow cooker lamb recipe. Served over hot cooked orzo and topped with feta cheese.
Red wine lends rich flavor to the lamb roasts in this low-calorie main dish recipe, which is ideal to serve when entertaining.
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.
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.
Potassium-loaded pomegranate teams with vitamin-C-rich oranges to make a healthy side dish for this lamb roast.