Great in stuffed peppers, with some cooked rice or orzo, tomatoes, feta and arugula. We also like lamb burgers.
I like to make lamb meatballs and cook them in korma (or other curry) sauce. With the lamb, I add finely chopped onion and garlic, season with salt, garam marsala and cumin, and a little water. I shape them into small meatballs and put them into the sauce to cook.
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These are great...just sub lamb for the beef.
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Shepherd's Pie is the obvious answer... :)
Simple, but I love lamb burgers in pita with grilled onions and tzatziki sauce!
Definitely Shepherd's Pie, world's loveliestComfort Food.
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I'm like a broken record with this but do try Runaway Spoon's Pastitsio. It is delicious! http://food52.com/recipes...
I'm still very partial to moussaka, but I also use ground lamb for a lot of beef applications. One of my favorites is kofta or kefta, a Turkish or Moroccan ocular meatball spiced with cumin, cinnamon and coriander to name a few.
This lamb ragu recipe from Anne Burrell is fantastic. I make it several times a year; it freezes well.
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Lamb kebab or lamb stuffed eggplant. Food and wine has several nice for both.
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Pastitsio, the Greek version of lasagne (but made with penne) is one of my favorite casserole dinners. There are some amazing Armenian dishes with ground lamb as well.
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