This holiday season, right next to the typical spiral ham, serve up a leg of lamb, a platter of lamb chops, a gorgeous crown roast or any of the following recipes. We hope these inspire you to find the courage to cook lamb in your kitchen this season.
Start off by cooking lamb with a Latin twist, like this lamb barbacoa with avocado tacos.
We're drooling over these Moroccan spiced lamb burgers with apricot chutney and pistachio-feta pesto. The condiments just make this recipe amazing, and the burger patty is super flavorful.
Unlike the classic tagine, this is a healthier version. Try this lightened-up lamb tagine served over rice.
In this lamb and peas lasagna, you'll find the flavors of rich lamb, sweet peas and fresh mint. A delicious combination of ingredients.
Break out the slow cooker, and bring some food culture to the table by making this slow cooker Emirati lamb stew.
A classic dish but now made in the slow cooker, this recipe for slow cooler lamb stroganoff is a great dish for cooler nights. Perfect when served over egg noodles or jasmine rice.
Ever had merguez sausages at a fancy restaurant? Now you can make these homemade Moroccan merguez sausages at home — no need for special casings.
Slather up your lamb chops with harissa, a slightly spicy chili pepper condiment, to make these grilled harissa lamb chops.
Greek lamb meatballs make the perfect holiday party appetizer, since they are the perfect bite-sized shape.
How comforting does this brown rice penne with lamb and mint pesto look? Serve up a bowl of this, and sit next to the fireplace — a surefire way to warm up.
Layer the goodness of seasonal root vegetables and gorgeous lamb for this lamb and roasted root vegetable shepherd's pie.
A basic recipe, this grilled marinated lamb will be the star of your holiday table. Spiral ham who?
Swedish lamb stew with pears, a fantastic combination of fresh, crisp pears with your favorite cut of lamb.
Take advantage of all the stone fruit in the market, and make this braised lamb with apricots. Can't find apricots? Substitute with peaches or plums.
Need a quick dinner idea? If you're like us, you always have hummus around, so these ground lamb and hummus pita pizzas would make the best dinner idea, with a big salad on the side.
This spicy harissa lamb meatballs with feta recipe might have some ingredients you don't use every day, but it's a comfort food dish with a twist you'll fall in love with.
There's nothing classier than serving up a rosemary-garlic grilled leg of lamb with condiments like horseradish mayonnaise and mint jelly.
Serve up these yogurt-marinated lamb kebabs at your next party. The yogurt tenderizes the lamb perfectly.
We want to make this roasted leg of lamb with tzatziki and pomegranate tabbouleh just for the tabbouleh. Gorgeous colors!
Moroccan spiced lamb with fiery chili sauce — we're thinking it'd be amazing served on top of fluffy white rice to soak up all that sauce.
Pack on some gorgeous seasonal herbs — whatever you have on hand — to make these herb-crusted grilled lamb chops. An impressive dinner option.
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