Easter is coming up, and that means it's time to start thinking about Easter dinner. Lamb is a traditional Easter dish, and there are lots of delicious ways to cook it. Here are some recipes for lamb dishes that will wow your guests at your Easter feast.
Juicy lamb chops pair with an exotic black rice pilaf in this flavorful and unique meal. The golden crust on the lamb helps to lock in juices and keep the meat moist, while the fresh rosemary adds an instant infusion of flavor.
Every bite is something different with this dish, whether it's the spiced, juicy lamb burger, the crunchy pistachio, the fresh mint, the dill, or the tart yogurt sauce. Pour yourself a nice glass of white wine, because after creating this outstanding dish, you deserve it.
Rosemary, garlic, and red wine come together beautifully to create this dish with so much character and loads of depth.
This dish is ridiculously easy to make, as the oven does most of the work! Braising turns this tough and often overlooked cut into the most tender, flavorful creation. Serve with mashed potatoes, buttered noodles, or mashed cauliflower.
A slow-cooked lamb glazed in a mustard sauce and served with a bright gremolata. A simple meal to master and cook for guests.
The fresh combination of mint and parsley, olive oil and vinegar, capers and cornichons is the perfect accompaniment to lamb no matter the preparation--roasted racks, braised shanks, broiled meatballs, or pan-seared chops.
The earthy flavors from the curry work well with the mellowness of the coconut milk, while the fresh herbs truly take this dish over the top.
Mint and lamb have enjoyed a long and happy marriage, and pairing these delicate chops with fresh mint pesto gives you a lovely dish. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, the slightly savory sweet potato croquettes you’ll serve to complement the meal are super simple to make.
Indian curries have been spicing things up in the kitchen for thousands of years. Taste a bit of history tonight with this hearty, classic dish. You’ll make a distinctive, flavorful stew of tender lamb and earthy potatoes, sweetened with sautéed onions.
All the flavors of a tagine in meatball form, with the kick of homemade harissa and a cooling dollop of yogurt.
Sopa de Albondigas is a classic Mexican soup. This version is rich and flavorful and loaded with tiny lamb meatballs, sweet carrots, and crunchy fresh corn.
This flavorful and hearty lamb stew couscous always tastes great, no matter what season it is!
A wonderful main dish featuring an easy-to-make pizza dough. Succulent marinated lamb pieces, sweet potato, and baby spinach are added to the base along with pizza sauce and cheese, then baked until golden. Perfect for impressing friends and family, yet easy enough to make any night of the week!
This dish can be the star attraction for countless dinners, both intimate and festive.
This roast is perfect for a delicious Easter centerpiece. Here the roast is perfectly paired with duck-fat-fried potatoes, caramelized onion marmalade, and Greek yogurt. Enjoy!
The power coupling of lamb and sage packs a punch of flavor in this easy dish, great to serve to your guests or keep all for yourself!
We’ve paired this sweet and sour cherry gastrique with an oven-roasted rack of lamb and some seasoned, roasted broccolini….so simple! It’s great for a dinner party, a nice family dinner, or even a lovely little date night!