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  • Baked lamb steaks

    Lamb is cheap and very easy to cook so this recipe for a delicious lamb steak will soon become a family favourite! For this baked lamb steaks recipe, each portion is under 400 calories, so you get a filling and nourishing protein-rich meal for under 500 calories. It bakes in the oven, leaving you to get on with something else – maybe even prepare a little surprise pudding? And as it's so low on fat it is great if you're on a diet but still want a really satisfying meal. Cooking all the ingredients together in one pan allows them to infuse each other with their rich flavours for a really satisfying meal that doesn't need gravy. Because we’ve added cherry tomatoes to this lamb recipe, you’re also getting some veg to up your 5-a-day intake without any extra effort. And the best part is that because this easy lamb steaks recipe is cooked in just one pan, the washing up will be really quick as well. We've added fresh herbs at the last minute instead, to give a final hit of flavour - delicious!

    • 3
    (341 ratings)
  • Shepherd's pie

    Shepherd's pie is a classic recipe that's so easy to follow and will make a delicious traditional pie topped with mashed potato every time - the whole family will love it. This Shepherd's pie recipe serves 4 people and will take around 1hr to prepare and cook. But trust us, it's well worth the wait! This comforting dish certainly has become a family favourite over time. To help make this recipe even easier, see how to make this traditional shepherd's pie with Sue McMahon, cookery editor of Woman's Weekly magazine, in our simple step-by-step video which shows how making shepherd's pie is so simple. The entire family will love this Shepherd's pie recipe, but if you end up with leftovers, don't worry - they can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Just make sure you reheat thoroughly before serving again. You can also freeze leftovers too – simply make sure you defrost them in the fridge overnight and reheat until piping hot.

    • 4
    (44 ratings)
  • lamb souvlaki

    Lamb souvlaki

    Lamb souvlaki is a Greek dish of skewered grilled meat that is marinated to make it extra juicy and packed with flavour. Souvlaki is one of the most popular Greek street food dishes, and when you taste our lamb souvlaki, it’s easy to see why! This traditional Greek kebab method can be used with different types of meat, fish, or vegetables. We’ve used lamb in our souvlaki as it is so rich and tender, and soaks up the marinade perfectly. A kebab may be a takeaway favourite, but making your own lamb souvlaki is a much fresher, healthier and more flavourful way to enjoy this much loved dish. These succulent skewers of meat are perfect for summer barbecues, or make a great lunch when served in a fresh pita with tzatziki and salad. You can make your own tzaziki using yoghurt, cucumber, garlic, and lemon, but it is also available to buy in most supermarkets. Make a crowd pleasing Greek supper this week, and let these lamb souvlaki skewers be the stars of the show.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Indian lamb burger

    Indian lamb burgers with raita

    Indian lamb burgers are super easy to make with curry powder and chopped corainder and will take your BBQ to the next level. Our quick and simple spiced burger recipe combines warm Indian spices and a cooling mint raita, for a bite that is bursting with flavour. These Indian lamb burgers are spiced but not too spicy, so they can be enjoyed by everyone. Using tasty lamb instead of beef mince complements the Indian flavours and makes a change from standard burgers. These Indian lamb burgers can be enjoyed on their own, with the raita and a salad, in a regular burger bun, or why not try with a naan or flatbread? If you know you're going to be short of time on the day you want to serve these, you can make the patties ahead of time. In fact, we think they cook better when they've been left to chill in the fridge, as it helps them keep their shape when you pop them in a hot pan. Leave them for up to 2 days ahead in the fridge, or for even better forward planning make up the mixture and freeze it in burger shapes. Just remember to defrost thoroughly in the fridge before cooking.

    • 0
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  • Harissa and vegetable lamb shanks

    Pot-roasted harissa and vegetable lamb shanks

    This delicious take on lamb is a must try for something new this week. With ground cumin and harissa paste to add a spicy kick to the meat, this lamb dish is full of flavor and makes a great alternative to your usual lamb recipe. Harissa is a North African hot chilli pepper paste made of roasted red peppers, hot chilli peppers, garlic and herbs and gives the lamb shanks a really spicy flavour. Cooked in a pot with chicken stock, chopped tomatoes and chick peas, the meat becomes really tender along with the carrots. Serve this dish up with couscous and a sprinkle of coriander. This dish serves four, so it’s a great one to try for your next dinner party.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • garlic and herb crusted lamb

    Garlic and herb-crusted lamb rack

    Serving up a herb crusted rack of lamb at your next dinner party or Sunday lunch gathering will look super impressive, but creating that crunchy and herby crust is actually much easier than it looks – although you don’t have to tell your guests that. With this simple recipe you’ll use chopped herbs, garlic and pine nuts combined with oil and bread crumbs in a food processor to create a crust that tastes absolutely delicious when it’s cooked with the lamb. Using Dijon mustard as an adhesive for the herby crust also gives the meat another depth of flavour too. This recipe is ready in just under an hour, so it’s a great no fuss one to try when you want something amazing to serve up that doesn’t take hours. Serve it with new potatoes and vegetables for a great spring time treat.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Lemon and herb crusted rack of lamb

    Lemon and herb crusted rack of lamb

    Give your rack of lamb plenty of flavour with this lemon and herb crusted rack of lamb recipe. Ready in just 50 mins, this mouth-watering recipe is infused with mint, chives, lemon juice and garlic. Your lamb will never taste the same again. Perfect for Sunday lunch or special occasions like Easter.

    • 0
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  • lamb boulangere

    Lamb boulangere with pepper and mint salsa

    Lamb boulangere allows all the juices from the tender slow-roasted lamb to ooze into the potatoes, making this an irresistible dinner recipe. We think this would be the perfect family sharing meal for Easter Sunday but it would be just as delicious at any other time of the year too. We paired this melting lamb with a punchy salsa, for that little bit more flavour. Because all the lamb juices will have been soaked up by the potatoes in this lamb boulangere recipe, you won't need gravy - trust us, it's delicious just as it is!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Leg of lamb with a herb crust

    Leg of lamb with a herb crust

    A roast leg of lamb covered with a thick crust of breadcrumbs and herbs makes a fabulous centre piece for your Easter table. Serve it with crisp golden roast potatoes, carrots, and peas or a green vegetable and lashings of rich gravy and all the family will come back for seconds! We’ve also given you a handy recipe for fresh home made mint sauce to serve with it – what better way to celebrate Easter! If liked, you could also bone out the leg of lamb (or a shoulder of lamb) and use the breadcrumb mixture as a stuffing instead.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Herby stuffed roast Lamb

    Herby stuffed roast lamb

    Feed the whole family with this tender cut of lamb on Easter Sunday. Our herby stuffed roast lamb is bursting with flavour thanks to the parsley, mint, garlic and lemon stuffing. This lamb would be perfect served with roast potatoes and mixed vegetables. You can also flavour the stuffing to your taste with your favourite herbs or peppery salad leaves.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Moroccan red lentil and lamb stew

    Moroccan red lentil and lamb stew

    Moroccan red lentil and lamb stew is a family friendly dish that works perfectly for a weekend meal. We love the exotic mix of spices that give this stew it's authentic Moroccan flavour. Red lentils are a healthy pulse that fill you up without adding lots of calories! The combination of the tender lamb and the lentils is a warming dinner that can be enjoyed served with couscous or on it's own for a lunchtime soup. The lentils are delicious and nutritious too!

    • 4
    (148 ratings)
  • lamb pastry pie

    Lamb, leek and potato pie with rosemary pastry

    This lamb, leek and potato pie with rosemary pastry is the perfect supper or dinner party dish. With homemade, herb-infused pastry, this pie takes around 2h and 20 mins to make but is well worth the effort. You can make this lovely meal with leftovers from Sunday roast, which is a great way to use up lamb leftovers and save you money. This lamb pie serves 6 people, so it's ideal to make for your family as a weekend treat or a midweek meal if you using Sunday roast leftovers.

    • 3
    (19 ratings)

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