Lamb Loin & Chops
Lamb Braises & Tajines
NYT Cooking: The word "tagine" refers to both a North African cooking pot with a conical lid, and the aromatic stew traditionally cooked inside. Tagine, the stew, classically incorporates savory and sweet ingredients to make a complex dish with a richly spiced sauce. Here, dried apricots, cinnamon, nutmeg and a sprinkling of almonds toasted in butter provide the sweetness, while lamb, saff...
NYT Cooking: Traveling in Morocco 30-some years ago, I had eaten tagines — stews distinguished by being cooked in the pot of the same name — that I did not recall as involving any browning.<br/><br/>This method is described as “starting the tagine cold.” It involves heating the lamb gently along with spices and other aromatics, allowing the flavors to fully penetrate the meat. At tha...
Lamb Pies & Pastries
Lamb Pitas & Burgers
Lamb Shawarma & Kebabs
Lamb Koftas with Yoghurt Dressing
RECIPE VIDEO ABOVE. The smell of Middle Eastern spices while this is cooking is totally intoxicating!! Try this Lamb Kofta recipe once, and you'll be addicted for life! Traditionally cooked over charcoal, brilliant on the BBQ, but I usually cook these midweek on the stove. **great recipe for gatherings, DIY spread, make ahead**
Lamb Shoulder, Leg & Rack
Crispy cumin lamb with aubergine and ginger
Lamb and cumin is a pairing you’d normally associate with Middle Eastern cooking, but it is also a staple in the north-west of China, where there is a large Muslim community. According to my Taiwanese friend Gary Chang, there’s only one heat when stir-frying, and that’s “very hot”, so keep the flame high to achieve a good sear, and use a wok if you have one, or a high-sided saute pan if you don’t. Prep 15 minMarinate Up to 1 hrCook 25 minServes 4