Super-tender duck meat and smooth sweet potato mash are a great combo for special occasions. The latter’s mild sweetness and the juicy duck cooked with ham and flavored with herbs and lemon zest would be better described as marvelous.
We think you should cook this potato-based stew with hot and flavored chopped lamb breast. Alongside the potatoes, add carrots and a good helping of beef stock. This one will be a subtle change of the lamb flavor you know. Then add some white wine which will also help with toning down the heaviness of lamb.
If you’re searching for a nutritious meat, lamb is your answer, being loaded with protein, vitamins, and minerals. To make a feast from your lamb meat, marinate it with a flavorful mixture made from rosemary, oregano, cinnamon, garlic and a lot of lemon juice. Roast the lamb in parchment paper to keep all the juices in. Serve it with the classic salad and potatoes.
If your experience with baking is somehow limited, we have all kinds of easy to make desserts. This one right here doesn’t exactly qualify as easy, but, with a bit of luck and concentration, you can surely nail it. The dough has instant muffin mix as the main ingredient, and it is topped with a cheese and vanilla cream, that brings a nice balance to it.
If you feel like eating out tonight, there’s no way we can stop you. But, if you don’t want to leave the comfort of your home, we have a restaurant-type dish ready for you. We give you these braised lamb ribs with avocado mash and sauteed veggies. You get a complex dish, with multiple veggies as a side, that fit together very well in this great dish.
Are you planning a Middle Eastern feast at home? How about a delicious lamb leg, with a nice side of veggie couscous? Season the lamb with some cumin, sumac, and paprika, for a nice flavor, and serve it with a nice side of veggie couscous! What veggies can you add? You can use onion, bell pepper, and zucchini.
A whole roasted lamb leg really is a delight! If you want to get the best out of it, cook it on the stove over high heat for a few minutes to obtain that nice, crispy crust. Next, slide it into the oven for at least an hour. The meat turns out crispy on the outside, and moist and juicy on the inside.