cut of lamb


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Noun1.cut of lamb - cut of meat from a lamb
cut of meat, cut - a piece of meat that has been cut from an animal carcass
lamb - the flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food
breast of lamb, poitrine d'agneau - a cut of lamb including the breastbone and attached muscles dressed as meat
saddle of lamb - backbone and both loins of a lamb
loin of lamb - meat from a loin of lamb
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It didn't even need the black pudding and herb crust to be honest, it was such a perfectly cooked cut of lamb.
Today I have decided to cook lamb cutlets - they are a slightly more expensive cut of lamb but definitely worth the investment.
Depending on the cut of lamb you buy, you will need to adjust the cooking time to avoid over or undercooking.
Because we are going to cook the tagine for about three hours, we need to use a cut of lamb that lends itself to long, slow cooking, and becomes meltingly tender.
Not all markets boast an in-house butcher these days, but if yours does, choose a leaner cut of lamb -- a part of the leg, for example-- and have the store grind it for you.
A good, rosy cut of lamb, succulent and earthy-sweet, is as purely delicious as any other meat you can eat.
Merchants in Damascus say that, in just a few months, the cost of a lean cut of lamb has risen about 40%, while red peppers from near the battle-ground of Aleppo have more than doubled in price.
To get a feel for what Atkinson can do, we sat through a stunning six-course feast, the highlights of which were the mackerel and gooseberry dish that made it through to the Great British Menu banquet and a succulent cut of lamb that no amount of words could do justice to.
Any cut of lamb can be braised or pot-roasted, which works equally well for mutton.
The three-to-five-minute-long video, which must be submitted in DVD or Quicktime, or in an online link, should show the grilling process, and describe the recipe and what cut of lamb was used.
One hypothesis is that the shape of the leaf is reminiscent of a cut of lamb meat, the quarter.
Lamb prices varied throughout the area, but local retailers such as the butchers and the farmers market provided a much cheaper and better quality cut of lamb.