CulinarySeductions.com
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Recipes Menus Videos Photos Articles Cooking 101 Product Reviews Restaurant Reviews Shop
picl

submitnow




Technorati Profile
How to Cook and Select Lamb

The best lamb is fresh and young. A lovely leg of lamb is especially nice.

Lamb is the meat of a sheep less than a year old. The meat of a sheep over two years old is known as mutton. Cook lamb on the same day you buy it, as it doesn't keep very long. When choosing lamb look for moist meat that ranges in color from pink to pale red. See the below chart for more help.

                                                 

Cut of Lamb Cooking Method

Rack

Roast, grill, broil, panfry

Breast

Roast, grill, broil, panfry

Ribs, Denver Style

Braised, simmer, broil, panfry

Loins

Roast, grill, broil, panfry, saute

Legs

Roast, braise, grill, broil, pan-broil, panfry, saute

Leg, boneless

Roast

Lamb for stewing

Roast, broil, simmer

Lamb for kebobs

Roast, broil, grill

Ground Lamb

Roast, panfry

Sirloin

Panfry, saute






« How to Select and Cook with Cheese | | How to Select Fresh Fruits and Vegetables »

Post a comment

(If you haven't left a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Thanks for waiting.)

« How to Select and Cook with Cheese | Main | How to Select Fresh Fruits and Vegetables »


| | Contact | RSS Feed | Recipe Feed
Copyright © 2010 CulinarySeductions.com



Subscribe to Culinary Seductions