I have some ground lamb thawing for tomorrow, but I have no idea what to make with it. I have not cooked with lamb before.
any suggestions? Thanks!
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Moussaka - quick google will give you loads of recipes. Or shepherds pie - if you don't "do" potato, use pureed cauliflower instead of mashed potato. Of keema curry.
In fact, it is so versatile there are DOZENS of recipes - google ground or minced lamb recipes.
I mix ground lamb with ground beef for meatloaf, although just the lamb would be brilliant as well. Season with sumac, cumin and cinnamon. I also add chopped roasted red peppers, puree a few of those to sub for tomato paste, a bit of coarse mustard, eggs, sauteed onions. Delish!
If you can tolerate nightshades, go for stuffed cabbage rolls. I use(d) this recipe from the Primal Mama Cooks blog.
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I didn't know anybody freaked out about cinnamon on meat. Standard seasoning for me.
Anything you can do with ground beef, you can do with lamb.
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