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What are the best cuts of lamb?

asked by @lancehorsey almost 4 years ago
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added almost 4 years ago

Loin and chops.

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added almost 4 years ago

A matter of personal taste but I prefer the leg and shank. However I do have a weakness for "scottadita", simply grilled rib chops with bone "frenched". In Rome scottadita means "burn your fingers" because the chops are grilled and served sizzling hot.

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added almost 4 years ago

all depends on what you're doing with it. Like pierino, I'm a big fan of shanks. Just so much flavour and all that delicious marrow. However, I still have very fond memories of little, tiny grilled rib chops I had in Greece from little, tiny baby lambs. eat the young!