Grilled Garlic and Mint Pesto Stuffed Leg of Lamb
The strong but smooth flavor of leg of lamb is front and center, with bits of caramelized roasted garlic embedded in each bite. The more mild mint pesto adds a touch of freshness and saltiness.
Garlic and Rosemary Lamb Chops with Honey Cider Glaze
A quick marinade in olive oil, garlic, and rosemary lends complementary earthy flavors to the chops without overpowering the unique, meaty flavor of the lamb. An accompanying pan sauce made from honey and apple cider offers a subtly sweet counterpoint to the dish.
Perfect Slow-Cooked Rack of Lamb for the Grill or Stovetop
Grilled Moroccan-Spiced Rack of Lamb
Change things up this Easter with this incredibly tender and juicy rack of lamb with an amazingly rich and smooth flavor. The earthy spice crust balances perfectly with the bright, fresh parsley and cilantro mixture.
Lamb Steaks with Peas and Mint
By letting the steaks (or rib chops, if you'd prefer) sit in a slick of chopped thyme and olive oil for half an hour before grilling, the thyme has a chance to really soak in and lightly char once it hits the grill. The minty puréed peas transform this into a dish that's all about spring.
Skillet Lamb Chops with Harissa, Spinach and Chickpeas
This quick-cooking recipe is made with Moroccan-style seasonings; harissa paste is stirred into the chickpea mixture for extra kick and depth.
Slow-Roasted Boneless Leg of Lamb with Garlic, Rosemary, and Lemon
Slow-roasted boneless leg of lamb comes out extra tender with a crisp, well-browned crust and juicy pink meat flavored with garlic, rosemary, and lemon zest.
Fall-Apart Lamb Shanks Braised with Mustard and Mint
Bone-in lamb is braised in a super savory sauce until it's fall-apart tender. The whole grain mustard adds a gently sweet spice, and the fresh mint adds the surprising depth and lift of flavor.
Maple-Glazed City Ham
A classic maple-glazed city ham. For best results, look for a bone-in, shank-end, spiral sliced ham with no added water. Check out The Food Lab's Guide on How to Pick and Cook a Holiday Ham for more.
Balsamic-Glazed Ham With Basil English Peas
Bypass traditional, often cloying preparations and opt instead for an acidic and peppery balsamic, mustard, and apple jelly glaze, instead.
Cherry Coke-Glazed Country Ham
Slice this Cherry Coke-glazed country ham thin for a crowd-pleasing dish that strikes the perfect balance of sweet and savory.
Mustard and Brown Sugar-Rubbed Ham With Balsamic-Roasted Onions
This ham has a bright, sharp glaze and comes served with sweet-tangy pearl onions roasted right in the meaty pan drippings.
Sous-Vide City Ham With Balsamic Brown Sugar Glaze
Put that sous-vide machine to good use with this city ham glazed with in a quick brown sugar and balsamic vinegar gastrique, made by caramelizing some brown sugar in a saucepan, then deglazing it with balsamic vinegar and letting it reduce down.
Grill-Roasted Coke and Pineapple Glazed Ham
Intoxicating sweet-and-savory ham flavor with meat as moist as can be, brushed with a glaze that adds a crust with depth far beyond its sugary base.
Spiced Sour Cherry-Glazed Ham With Parsley Potatoes
This take on ham eschews saccharine flavors in favor of savory, tangy, and just a little sweet and hot.