Recipes in the 'Meat' category
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Gyros have long been a favorite of fair attendees. But now you can enjoy the fantastic Greek flavor in the comfort of your own kitchen. Go Greek tonight.
The word pomegranate is derived from the Latin roots for "apple" and "seeded." The juice and seeds of this ancient fruit provide the perfect flavoring to these lamb chops. But, have patience... the preparation of this meal does require about 8 to 12 hours to prepare the marinade in the refrigerator.
I'm a pepper. You're a pepper. Wouldn't you like to be a pepper -- peppercorn, that is. This peppercorn-crusted lamb is simply divine. Have a little lamb tonight...
This tender and delicious leg of lamb is enhanced by a breath of mint. Mary cooked a little lamb, and her dinner guests enjoyed it so!
Use your noodle and work up with orange lamb medley. A hint of orange completes this wonderful meal that stands out from those ordinary dinners.
You're going need a grocery list of ingredients to prepare this dish. But it's well worth the effort. The long list of ingredients lend a nutty flavor to this lamb.
Sautéed lamb in a sauce of oil, tomato juice, salt, pepper, basil, oregano and finally vegetables and pasta!
Have a little lamb for dinner. This gourmet dish is a thrill to grill. Served with some perfectly prepared potatoes, this meal has plenty of appeal.
This marinade of fresh rosemary and garlic will fill your kitchen with a wonderful aroma. But that's just for starters. The actual meal is sure to please all of your senses.
Lamb, rice and every spice nice. It's a winning combo of curry, cumin, coriander and turmeric that lend this dish an Indian influence.
This succulent grilled lamb has a fruity taste of orange-lemon sauce matched with a mustard-scented accent. The opposing flavors blend together in a spectacular show of flavor.
Rosemary takes the spotlight in these tasty and tempting lamb chops. With a small amount of breading, there's lots of flavor, which is complemented by the scrumptious ham glaze.
The main protagonists in this full course meal are potatoes, turnips, carrots, broth, white wine, rosemary, lemon rind, pepper and a delicious browned lamb! Your guests will shank you very much.
If Mary had a little lamb, she would surely prepare it in this fabulous fashion. With white beans, white wine and chicken broth, it's an all-around great-tasting dish.
There are those who think lamb is reserved for gyros and other Greek dishes. Little do they know, you can make your own lamb dish in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Lamb kabobs taste great when they're marinated in this lemon-flavored base. It's moist and tender when properly prepared on the grill.
A turkey isn't just for Thanksgiving. Make your holiday dinner a dream with our juicy roasted turkey. Your family is sure to flock to the table for this one.
Pop the cork on this delightful recipe that provides the perfect accompaniment for chicken or veal. Just dip the tiny pieces of raw meat into the boiling fondue until it is cooked.
Have a little lamb... really. This Middle Eastern inspired dish has its own fondue that's prime for the palate. Your mouth will be watering.
This fondue's for you. Served with beef tips, this spicy dipping sauce is the perfect complement for a wonderful Mexican meal.