• Grilled Lamb Chops with White Wine

    With a simple marinade recipe these lamb chops are so easy to make. Whether you decide to grill them or fry them in a cast iron skillet, these lamb chops will become a family favourite recipe.
  • Lamb & Minted Pea Buns

    Like a little roast dinner in a bun is a such a fantastic idea for snacks when entertaining family or guests! Prepare the lamb ahead to make things completely fuss-free on the day.
  • Nihari - Pakistani Slow Cooked Lamb

    Enjoy unforgettable flavour of nihari thanks to all the spices used, a palate which left a buzz.
  • Lamb Chops with Cippolini Onions

    Enjoy such a simple dish – quick lamb chops with fresh herbs and garlic and sweet, caramelized cippolini onions - very satisfying and elegant delicious dinner.
  • Moroccan Lamb Chili

    Serve delicious and comforting stew with big hunks of toasted sourdough bread, a little yogurt for topping and some red wine for perfection.
  • Braised Lamb with Peas, Crème Fraiche & Mint

    This lamb shoulder recipe is taken from the book of St John by Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver and sees the entire cut of meat slowly braised in a mixture of chicken stock, white wine and crème fraiche. The shallots, peas and mint are the perfect accompaniment to the deliciously slow-cooked lamb.
  • Classic Sheperd's Pie

    Enjoy lovely secrets of this classic shepherd's pie, one of them adding egg yolks to the potato mash, will give the top layer a golden crust.
  • Lamb Tagine

    it's so simple...no browning of meat etc....just measure,chop,chuck it in, add your veg at the end....job done.
  • Haggis

    You can make it as a meatloaf, since that's what it is, but to make real haggis, you need the help of a friendly butcher who will "gift" you the necessary lamb-innards.
  • Roast lamb in the Oven

    Lovely lamb roast which does takes it's time in the oven, however minimum effort needed for a such gorgeous dish.
  • Lamb Shanks with Garlic Sauce (Pressure Cooker)

    Who could resist good quality of lamb for a special occasions?
  • Irish Lamb Stew (Crockpot)

    Lovely Irish lamb stew inspired from trip to Dublin.
  • Greek Lamb Meatballs with Asparagus & Lemon Sauce

    Very flavourful lamb meatballs. The asparagus and lemon flavour went perfect with this recipe.
  • Lamb Shashlik - Kebab

    Enjoy Turk/Russian style shashlik, marinated skewered lamb, grilled to perfection and combined with grilled vegetables.
  • Mediterranean Lamb Casserole

    Lovely slow cooked lamb casserole with Mediterranean flavours produces melt in the mouth tender lamb pieces.
  • Roast Leg of Lamb with Anchovies & Rosemary

    Studding the meat with anchovies may sound unusual, but these little fish pack a glorious saltiness, seasoning the meat beautifully. Smoked black pepper in this roast leg of lamb recipe for an extra flavour dimension, but you can use regular black pepper if you don't have any to hand.
  • One Pot Lamb & Peas

    Lovely and simple dish.
  • Lamb, Potato & Pearl Barley Stew

    Lamb neck has a richer flavour than lamb shanks, which allows it to stand up better to slow cooking in this simple, hearty dish.
  • Ginger Lamb Curry

    This great tasting lamb curry will make you feel good.
  • Middle Eastern Spiced Lamb Kebabs

    With Middle Eastern flavours from cumin, mint, coriander and ginger, this delicious spiced lamb kebabs served in pitta breads with a refreshing cucumber and herb yoghurt, are a delicious alternative for traditional beef burgers.
  • Rosemary Roasted Leg of Lamb

    Anchovies is a key the marinade in this dish – it adds a deep saltiness but doesn’t taste fishy. Resting the leg of lamb is the key to juicy, moist meat.
  • Spanish Style Lamb Shank Casserole

    Spicy Spanish inspired casserole, where the meat falls off the bone.
  • Roast Lamb with Pine Nut Stuffing & Parsley

    This roast lamb dish makes a great centrepiece for special occasions. Get your butcher to bone the saddle of lamb for you because it’s a tricky job to do at home. Ideally you would make the stuffing the day before roasting. The potato dauphinoise varies slightly from the traditional recipe, but is less time consuming and still tastes as good as the classic method. Make a restaurant at your home.
  • Minestrone with Leftover Cooked Lamb

    This hearty soup-cum-stew (name it for yourself) is a wonderful way to make a delicious meal from your Sunday roast leftovers using not just the leftover meat but the bone for a flavoursome stock.
  • Roast Leg of Lamb with spiced Parsnips, Carrots & Crispy Roast Potatoes

    The flavours of this dish are timeless and makes a great Sunday lunch option.
  • Fried Lamb Chops

    Easy recipe from Bologna for fried lamb chops. Perfect for a quick family meal, they can be cooked and served on the table in just 30 minutes.
  • Lamb Biryani

    Celebratory Indian style dish that makes the most of an aromatic host of spices. As it's such a time consuming dish, so is recommends completing steps 1–7 a day in advance to save time on the day of serving.
  • Roast Lamb with Parsley & Pine Nut Stuffing

    This dish makes a great centrepiece for special occasions. Get your butcher to bone the saddle of lamb for you because it’s a tricky job to do at home. Ideally you would make the stuffing the day before roasting. The potato dauphinoise varies slightly from the traditional recipe, but is less time consuming and still tastes as good as the classic method.
  • Olden days Sheperd's Pie with a new twist

    Shepherd's pie is such a delicious meal and a staple in our household, so I've given this old classic a new twist by slow cooking the lamb first, and using the shredded lamb meat instead of lamb mince in the pie. It enhances the flavour for the pie, and makes the filling super tender! You can chuck the shanks in the slow cooker in the morning, so they're ready to use for your pie when you get home from work at the end of the day. Perfect.
  • Lamb Short Loin with Warm Potato Salad

    Lovely dinner, you will enjoy.
  • Lamb Curry

    In West Indian cooking, it is common to wash or clean meat a certain way. "We do not cook meat straight out of the package. The way I learned to clean goat and lamb meat is with a couple of handfuls of flour, 1 tsp salt, juice of 1 lime, and enough water for the meat to soak. Mix the meat with these ingredients and let it sit for 1/2 hr to 45 minutes, then rinse it off piece by piece. Use a knife to pull off any fibrous strands then rinse again and pat dry. This method of “cleaning” the meat is a way to remove any slime, rank smell, or off taste that the meat might have. This is the way we always cleaned meat in my home, but feel free to use your own way."
  • Hot & Spicy Lamb Shanks

    Recipe for those looking for a little extra zing but easy enough to cook in a short period of time with just a little fuss and easy spicing.
  • Shoulder of Lamb Boulangére

    Hardly any effort required! Pop the lamb and potatoes in the oven in one dish and forget about it for three hours or more. It is very well behaved and almost impossible to overcook. The longer it’s cooked, the softer the meat becomes and will just fall off the bone in a delicious, gelatinous sort of way.
  • Sesame Crusted Lamb Rack with Glazed Shallots

    Enjoy Asian flavours of ginger, five spice and sesame seeds, served with a tender lamb.
  • Uzbek Plov

    Fantastic authentic dish from Uzbekistan.
  • Moroccan Lamb Filo Pastry Triangles

    Tasty and simple to make, nice for a snack or dinner. Great for your lunch box too.
  • Marinated Roast Lamb with Fresh Mint

    May description of the ingredients ooks long but worth wile to try as pretty much simple and straight forward.
  • Grilled Lamb Sirloin

    Lovely barbecued lamb with marinade which really goes very well not just with lamb but with other meat for that matter.
  • Irish Stew

    Traditional Irish dish, healthy, tasty and simple.
  • Shepherd’s Pie

    This dish is a great way to use up Sunday roast leftovers, such as leg of lamb with vegetables.
  • Spicy Lamb Ragu

    The best part about making this dish aside from the fact that you get to eat it, is that it fills your house up with the most delicious smells.
  • Thai Lamb & Vegetable Curry

    This recipe uses lamb but could work just perfect with chicken.
  • Lamb Chops with Minted Pea Purée

    This lamb dish is super quick and super tasty! Perfect for mid-week dinners.
  • Leg of Lamb Marinated in Red Wine

    Marinating a whole leg of lamb in red wine makes a sensational roast. For extra flavour pierce the lamb in 10-12 places and stud with a sliver of garlic and sprig of rosemary, thyme or oregano.
  • Garlic & Wine Glazed Roast Lamb with Mint Pesto

    Try to prepare this amazing roast lamb on the bone for family and friends. The home made pesto and mouth watering smell of lamb in the air will make everyone hungry!
  • Lamb Stew

    Lovely meal for any occasion as it is fuss free with crock pot doing all the job!
  • Traditional Roast Lamb with Gravy

    Back to basics... with this one – an old fashioned leg of lamb with gravy.
  • Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks

    Great super tasty meal. Put it on to the slow cooker means that the house is filled with the delicious rich aroma all day.
  • Spiced Lamb Curry with Cardamom, Chilli & Caraway seeds

    This ‘Seyal Gosht’ recipe might seem like it has a long list of ingredients but it’s honestly worth a go. Quality of lamb is a key.
  • Roast Lamb with Potatoes & Leeks

    Lovely lamb cooked on a bed of potatoes and leeks which allows the flavours to infuse together beautifully. We love using leftover lamb in sandwiches or salads the next day for your sandwich box.