We have six new ways to freshen up one of our favourite British produce, like our new-season lamb.
1. Roasted leg of lamb stuffed with leeks and tarragon
If you want to up your Sunday Roast game, try this recipe. The stuffing creates a delicious side dish to serve with your roasted lamb, and Tarragon will add an aroma and taste that will leave everyone at the dinner table wanting more.
Our chef says:
"Take your lamb from the fridge 15-20 minutess before roasting, to get it to room temperature - this helps to achieve an even roast. Use a roasting dish that’s close to the size of the joint so the lamb juices don’t burn.
Baste your joint with the pan juices (use a mixture of olive oil and lemon if you don’t have enough juices). Always rest before carving, this allows the juices to filter back into the meat and makes for a juicier joint."
2. Rosemary-crusted rack of lamb with sticky shallots
This meal is bound to be a winner for dinner on date night. Dressing a rack of lamb with rosemary and other fragrant herbs will make your meal smell good - and taste even better.
3. Lamb chops with rosemary beans
4. Moroccan-spiced lamb burgers with baba ganoush
Delicate but flavoursome, Moroccan spice adds a tasty zing to spring lamb. If you’re lucky enough to be out barbecuing on a sunny day, flame-grill the aubergines for even more flavour.
5. Indian curried lamb with sour cream wrap
If you’re looking for something summery and spicy, try our Indian lamb recipe for a tasty change. These wraps are filling, full of flavour and easy to throw together.