Over To You is a brand new series that we’re trying where we invite foodies to share a recipe, cook and eat with us. Starting us off is Hamzi Arif, barista extraordinaire and Muslim-BBQ enthusiast. He shows off his skills with this easy copycat that mimics the low-and-slow basics of barbecue by using an […]
Brown, sweet and savory. Asians very own version of barbecue sauce, Hoisin sauce, delivers a sweet dark flavour to the lamb chops. Whisk together Hoisin sauce and the condiments before slathering all the flavour boosting marinade over the entire surface of the lamb rack. The best way to get melty roasted lamb meat? Make sure to cover the dish tightly with foil so those precious juices don’t evaporate. For a much richer, meltingly tender lamb meat, do a second round of slathering. Get more of that marinade onto each lamb chop and roast in the oven again.
Roasting – the ultimate secret to that flawless juicy melt-in-your-mouth meat, bursting with all the right flavours. This slow method of cooking may take up a bit of time but requires very minimal effort. To achieve that rich succulent texture, lamb leg is the ideal cut.
Enjoy that stinging sensation on your tongue? That buzzing head rush? The fiery blast erupting throughout your body with every bite? REJOICE! For this dish is literally da’ bomb for you spice junkies out there!
The word “bulgogi” translates to “fire meat.” Traditionally, it refers to a Korean barbecue favorite, beef prepared with flavorful marinade, then grilled over a flame. For a twist, we used Pure South lamb rack, which happens to be grass fed, high quality meat. Marinating the meat overnight ensure the meat is flavourful. It results in melt in your mouth tender lamb chops. Grilling it in the comfort of your home’s stove top, brings out the big bold flavours of the bulgogi marinade that compliments well with lamb chops. The result is some serious finger licking bulgogi lamb chops that makes your mouth zing!
Falling off the bone tender – that’s how we all love our Lamb Shanks.
In our recipe, we have our shank seared in a pan before braising it in red wine on a low heat… slow and steady until it becomes fork tender! We also use lemon and parsley to make the Gremolata, a chopped herb condiment which cuts the richness of the meat.
With the annual Valentine’s Day knocking at your doorstep, you know it’s time to whip up a fabulous meal for your dearest one – well look no further as this delicious dish of Herb Crusted Lamb Rack!
We used parsley, oregano, rosemary, lemon zest, and more to mix with breadcrumbs, to be added on the lamb later. After the lamb is seared using our Weber Genisis Grill, we added mustard and then the herbs to create that flavorful combination of goodness. We served it with potatoes and asparagus for that classic pairing that will do nothing less than impres
Roti John is best described as a crispy baguette, with the alluring fragrance from caramelized meat (we used lamb in our recipe!) and onions wrapped into a beautiful parcel with golden fried eggs with ketchup mixture added as a finishing touch.
It’s great for meat lovers, but the taste of the rice immersed with the oils of the roast while roasting is simply legendary, no kidding, one of the most flavourful rice dishes we’ve tasted hands down. Preparation does take a fair bit of time though, so be patient, rough it out for that Christmas feast, and you’ll have a yummy & jolly good time feasting on this dish fit for a party!