Lamb

Crispy Baharat Fried Lamb in White Bean Hummus and Chimichurri
Crispy-fried bits of baharat-spiced pulled lamb piled atop miso white bean hummus with spicy chimichurri sauce and some homemade labneh on the side - what's not to love?
Lamb Kofta Pies with Chimichurri
Fancy up your lamb fatayer with the addition of mixed herbs and spices from an excellent chimichurri sauce. Finish with a drizzle of tahini
Vindaloo Lamb Shanks
This popular curry originated in the Indian state of Goa. Marinating the meat in vinegar along with the varied spices ensures a tender, succulent mouthful in every bite
Spicy Lamb and Aubergine Pide
Pide is a Turkish and Middle-Eastern flatbread, similar to a pizza. Get your whole family involved in making their own pides before you sit down to eat
Slow-Roasted Lamb Shoulder with Indian Lime Pickle
Instead of the usual Sunday roasted lamb, give this recipe a go. The zingy lime pickle coupled with the ginger and garlic add a depth of flavour to the meat, which we are sure you'll love
Almond and Fennel Meatballs With Home-Made Chickpea Pasta
Take on pasta making as your weekend project and make this chickpea pasta from scratch. You can also add natural food colour to your pasta using additions like turmeric, cooked beetroot and even roasted red peppers
Lamb and Mint Scotch Eggs With Tahini Dip
Jazz up your party food with this impressive lamb and mint scotch egg appetiser with a tahini dip. This moreish recipe is perfect when feeding a hungry crowd
Easy Baked Lamb Biryani
An Indian favourite, this biryani recipe is packed with flavour and is the perfect dinner for two
Herby Lamb Rack
Serve these lamb chops at your next BBQ and get rave reviews from your guests
Buttermilk Rosemary Leg of Lamb
An overnight brine in buttermilk keeps the lamb from drying out as it cooks over high heat and yields juicy, succulent meat every single time
Pistachio-Crusted Rack of Lamb
Mouth-watering and super easy to prepare, this lamb showstopper is sure to get your guests' tastebuds tingling
Welsh Lamb
Sheep farming in Wales dates back to the 14th century and generations of proud and passionate Welsh farmers continue to raise some of the world’s best lambs on lush pastures. Meet one such producer, Wynne Jerman