Lamb recipes

Here are some of my favourite lamb recipes. Click on the description or the photo itself to take you to the delicious recipe

The heat of the chilli is offset by the creme fraiche, whilst the freshness of the coriander running through the couscous binds everything together.

This is a great, tasty family classic. My take gives it a delicious flavour with lamb mince, a little kick of Worcestershire sauce and the subtle taste of rosemary running through it.

Lamb Jalfrezi ticks every box for me regarding what a curry should taste like... Deliciously spicy with chopped tomatoes and succulent slow cooked lamb, this curry packs enough heat to satisfy those of you who crave the tingle of chilli.

When you cook lamb shanks slowly the result is incredible. The meat becomes so tender that it literally falls off the bone. It's a perfect dish for a lazy Sunday afternoon with a nice glass of red wine.

This is one of my favourite kind of dishes because you can create the photo below in only 17 minutes! It tastes fantastic and uses only 5 ingredients, a great example that you don't need 20 components to make a delicious dish.

I love lamb for a nice Sunday roast but sometimes you don't want to make a huge traditional dinner. I decided to take the best bits from a lamb roast, and make a quick and easy alternative that looks great too!

Not much thought goes into kebabs… they're often made by throwing some meat with whatever veg you have left in the fridge. My 'More than just' Lamb Kebabs show that, for each component on the skewer, a little effort goes a long way.

This recipe entails just enough cooking to make you feel like a cook, but it's a true 'throw everything in' dish. Lamb shoulder, cooked until tender with chopped tomatoes and cannellini beans.

This week's newsletter recipe is for my Tangy Lamb Tagine. This is a great dish packed with flavour - all you have to do is throw a bunch of ingredients in a pot and let them cook for a couple of hours and the result is magic! Slow cooked lamb shoulder, with the sweetness of apricot and the gentle heat of cayenne pepper - this dish will warm up your senses in no time.

Throughout November, the theme for my newsletters is 'Winter Warmers'. Each of this month's delicious recipes contain just enough spice to warm those winter months. I have 4 great exclusive recipes and cook-along videos for you, from Satay Pork to Curried Cauliflower Soup. With valuable cooking tips & fun food news from around the web, sign up for free today.

Simply enter your email address - it won't go to 3rd parties and you won't receive any junk mail!




All content © 2012 - Privacy Policy