Find foolproof recipes that make cooking a succulent and impressive rack of lamb easy. We have recipes for herb crusted rack of lamb, BBQ rack of lamb and more.
A rack of lamb is seared, and covered with a mix of breadcrumbs, Dijon mustard, garlic and rosemary before roasting. The result is succulent, perfectly roasted lamb. Try the same technique with beef or pork.
A gorgeously spiced rack of lamb is seared and then finished in the oven, served with a quick and easy coriander mint sauce.
A lovely blend of fresh herbs gently compliment the natural flavours of the succulent rack of lamb. This is rather an expensive cut, so great for a special occasion.
Roast rack of lamb encrusted in an herby mixture of rosemary, oregano, thyme and garlic. This special roast is perfect for Easter, Christmas or a family lunch.
With winter in full swing, there’s nothing like settling into some delicious home cooked food to warm us up on the inside. Whilst it’s easy to get stuck in a rut of cooking the same recipes, there’s nothing better than mastering a new recipe for the first time to bolster your cooking confidence. Whether it’s for a dinner party or just supper round the kitchen table for two, Peter’s gorgeous roast New Zealand lamb rack with mustard crumb topping, roasted baby vegetables, served with tasty watercress and pumpkin seed salad is really simple and once you’ve cooked it once, is bound to remain a staple feature in your repertoire. Just follow Peter’s handy hints and for a fool proof recipe sure to wow time and time again.
Searching for the ultimate Christmas party recipe this season? Try spice fused Rajasthani roast rack of lamb with corn sauce, the Cinnamon Kitchen Style. Searing meat and placing it on a reduced sauce is much more French in style, but the flavours are fully Indian. The silky corn sauce here is common to Rajasthani cuisine and by combining the corn at two stages there are varying textures to be experienced. Serve with pilau rice.
Use your slow cooker to gently cook rack of lamb to perfection. The result is melt in the mouth, slip off the bone meat similar to a result achieved when slow cooking lamb shank.
Planning an elegant spring dinner party? Nothing says elegance like herb crusted roast rack of lamb. Serve with simple seasonal vegetables for a complete meal.
I love the process of preparing my crown roast lamb just the way I like it. From trimming and cleaning the tops of the ribs, to making sure the shape of the crown is just perfect, I love having the control. This crown roast lamb comes with a perfectly paired red wine sauce.
Rack of lamb is already delicious and impressive, but this hazelnut and thyme crust takes it to another level! I love the nutty flavour the hazelnuts impart, and the fragrance of the thyme. You could also try sage instead of or in addition to thyme. Enjoy!