From simple roasts to exotic curries, burgers to kebabs, stews to salads - over 350 recipes for lamb.
This is my all time favourite curry to make. It’s adapted from a recipe my Indian friend gave me and the pungent flavour wins me over every time. You can use beef instead of lamb but simmer it for another 20 minutes or until the meat melts in your mouth. This is a great dish to make beforehand because it tastes better after a day or two.
The lamb shanks are slow-cooked in a generous amount of red wine. This is best served with the sauce juices poured over mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, risotto or even soft polenta.
A lovely falling-off-the-bone lamb recipe with a rich tomato sauce. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans.
A Greek classic. You can choose to salt the eggplants or not. This version uses lamb instead of the more traditional beef.
A full-flavoured marinade of grainy mustard, rosemary and garlic brings out the best in delicate lamb chops and forms an appealing crust during grilling. You can also use the marinade for lamb kebabs or increase the proportions for a grilled or roasted leg of lamb.
This is a comfort food and the slow cooking is worth it! The meat is falling off the bone, so tender. Delicious!
This our favourite Rogan Josh. Perfect every time!
This lovely spicy lamb tagine is super satisfying and best served with cous cous and cucumber raita. What a meal!
A family favourite. I don't even like chops and I like this recipe! I ran out of plum jam for this recipe once and used apricot instead. It still tasted good. I normally leave out the celery.
Slow cooked lamb really lives up to its name cooking for 7 hours at 120 degrees C. Simmering in a red wine and stock sauce the meat is so tender it is falling off the bone.