Fancy a hearty, warming pasta bake with minced lamb? Or perhaps a tasty traditional lamb ragu? We have loads of lamb pasta dishes to choose from for a family friendly supper.
My family loves this dish. I think using minced lamb and ground cinnamon in the meat sauce, and Greek yoghurt in the bechamel sauce makes it taste like real Greek food. My son had three helpings last night. It is even better reheated in the oven the next day.
This is the king of couscous. It serves more than six, but you can reheat the meat, veg and stock, and it tastes even better second time around.
The perfect pasta salad with a Mediterranean twist. Orzo is tossed with minced lamb, spinach, tomatoes, spring onions and fresh herbs. Enjoy this salad all year long.
Traditionally, an Italian lamb ragu like this would be served as one of the pasta courses when celebrating Easter. It's perfect for thick pasta like tagliatelle and you can enjoy it anytime of the year!
This heavenly Moroccan stew served with fluffy couscous is one of my favourite dishes. It is easy, rather quick to make and really delicious. In addition, it is packed with fresh vegetables and exotic spices.
Based on the Moroccan way of stewing meat with fruit, here lamb is marinated with mushrooms and aromatics, then cooked slowly with dried apricots. Shredded cabbage and fresh mint enliven the couscous accompaniment.
This delicious Moroccan lamb stew is hearty and packed full of flavour. Lamb is stewed with loads of veg - turnips, courgettes, swede, tomatoes, carrots and pumpkin - as well as chickpeas for an all-in-one meal. Serve alongside freshly cooked couscous.
A delicious pasta bake with minced lamb and Italian sausage.
This is a very rich dish. Often, I find it's best served as a first course rather than a main because of the meat and cheese filling.
In Italy, lamb braised in a tomato-based sauce is perfect for wide pasta, such as pappardelle or tagliatelle. Add some fresh artichokes and this dish reaches perfection! It's no surprise that it's a favourite for so many Italian families at Easter.