Passover started last night. That means no bread or pork for the next eight days. And, if you're anything like me and my family, it also means the first two nights are special Seder nights. That means the first night you have a huge dinner with a ton of family and friends, and the second night is another big dinner, but with about half the people. The second Seder is usually reserved for immediate family and/or close friends who couldn't make it to the first night.
Since pork and pasta are both huge no-no's at Passover, you're left with chicken, lamb, or fish. If you've had chicken or fish the first night, this grilled lamb recipe is the perfect answer to "what should I make for night number two"? It's really easy, especially if you get it in the marinade first thing in the morning. Once you put it on the grill, this lamb will make your house the place to be every Passover.
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