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Amanda Makes "Greek" Lamb with Orzo

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In February, we continued our partnership with Panna, a subscription cooking app and website dedicated to sharing recipes from master chefs in HD video -- and we previewed our second video series with them, in which Merrill made Reeve's Roasted Carrot Soup. Over the next eight months, we'll feature four more issues of Panna, cooking some of our favorite recipes on Food52. We'll have the previews for the full episodes here on Food52 -- along with full-length videos featuring cooking tips drawn from the recipe.

Today, Amanda launches our third issue of tips and tricks by demonstrating how to make fiveandspice's "Greek" Lamb with Orzo -- a hearty, one-pot dish you'll be eating all week long.

Check out the preview below, and then watch the full-length video on Panna's website. And stay tuned for the tip videos later this week. 




Panna uncovers the nuances of cooking like a pro by showing every insider detail, from how to handle ingredients to the precise moment when a browning tart should be pulled from the oven.

The experience of watching exceptional recipes unfold in HD yields exciting results for any level. Try their free issue now.

Tags: greek, orzo, lamb, panna,

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Comments (7)


over 1 year ago Angela

This looks amazing. I'm always looking for a great Sunday night recipe for the week ahead. I love the tip about the can rinsing. Something I picked up from my mom :) But Amanda, do you wash the parsley before chopping? Please share!


over 1 year ago JadeTree

Ok, when Amanda recommends we wash or clean the tops of the cans before opening, I experienced glorious justification after years of family teasing. I'm not the only one who does this! fun video of a delicious dish.


over 1 year ago Jo Ann Bollen

Found it. Big bag o'duh. Thanks, Julie!


over 1 year ago Jo Ann Bollen

I wish there was an option for a printed recipe.


over 1 year ago Julie Myers

Julie is an Editorial Assistant at Food52.

Hi there, Jo Ann -- you can find the full recipe (and the option to print it) here:


over 1 year ago Andrea Ruffner Cavanaugh

This is going on my menu for next week! And I loved the video!


over 1 year ago alaparc

This was one of my favorite recipes on the site as well. It is a cheap dinner, but I served to a whole bunch of friends and family, who raved.