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    That little lamb....

    My lamb recipes. At this stage, five lone recipes! But I shall be adding more. For my pork recipes, see 'This little piggy'.

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    A hearty, winter warming comfort food: tender lamb shanks with lentils and sweet pumpkin! Adapted from a Simply Great Meals Recipe club recipe.

    Recipe #168998

    Spicy, nutty ground beef - or lamb or chicken - on top of a light pastry, served with a dollop of yoghurt dip. Adapted from a recipe from the Simply Great Recipes website.

    Recipe #161692

    Individual pies with a slice of onion pressed into the pastry. Very elegant for a dinner party and they could be fully assembled beforehand and just placed in the oven to cook when you are ready. This recipe could also be used to make a single larger pie. If you make one larger pie, remember to adjust the cooking time. I haven't made these yet but they sound so delicious and look so elegant in the photograph that I'm posting this recipe here for safe-keeping so that this magazine doesn't disappear again under a pile of other magazines! From the Australian July 2002 'Family Circle'. The only change I've made is to add garlic.

    Recipe #152716

    A delicious Middle Eastern inspired recipe which I have adapted from a recipe in the Australian Women's Weekly's 'SLIM: non-fat eating for life', a title which really sums up so well my understanding of the underlying goals of the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge: finding new recipes and adapting our favourite recipes so that our everyday choices of what we eat are lower in fat. This recipe has plenty of flavour - from the vegetables, the spices, the brandy and the lime juice - but not from ingredients high in fat. The recipe includes baharat. If you cannot buy this, in the Notes below, there are instructions for making a substitute. If you cannot obtain fresh grapevine leaves, they can be bought in bottles in brine. With the grapevine leaves, this is an elegant dinner party meal; without the grapevine leaves, a really easy week night meal, especially if (like me) you have roasted red capsicum as a staple in your fridge! There are major discrepancies in the nutritional information as calculated by Zaar - 464 calories per serve: 31.5g total fat - and as calculated by the AWW in the original recipe - 316 calories per serve: 15.5g total fat. Lamb is a slightly fattier meat than beef, and I'd recommend buying really top quality but I really still cannot see where 26.8g of fat could possibly come from.

    Recipe #146465

    Scrumptious-sounding, Middle Eastern inspired recipe I have just found in the November issue of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine, and which I don't want to forget to try so I am posting it here for safe-keeping. It's one of several BBQ recipes, but I'll be baking mine in the oven. It's served with babaghanoush.

    Recipe #144753

    An everyday lamb dish with a subtle blend of flavours, that you can enjoy at any time of the year, without needing to either heat the oven or set up the BBQ. Adapted from English chef Louise Blair’s ‘Low GI Cookbook’. Like garlic, lemon in recipes is one of those ingredients that most people seem to either love or hate. If you’re not fond of lemon juice, omit the lemon rind and juice; fry the lamb steaks in 1/4 tablespoon olive oil and consider substituting a little of the vegetable stock for wine, perhaps a merlot or a dry white.

    Recipe #124181

    This is my adaptation of a Canyon Ranch Health Resort recipe from 'low-fat cooking guru' Jeanne Jones. It first caught my attention because of its low fat content; but with its fine blend of herbs, not surprisingly, it's also delicious. When I've served it, no one has in the least suspected that this is a low-fat recipe! I found it in Prevention Healthy Cooking's 'Eat up Slim down: tried-and-true recipes from real weight-loss winners' by Jane Kirby and David Joachim.

    Recipe #124839

    Tender lamb fillets coated with Moroccan spice, panfried and served with a tomato vegetable sauce on a bed of couscous. Adapted from a recipe from the Simply Great Meals Recipe Club website.

    Recipe #125639

    Lamb marinated in lemon, garlic and mint and served with Turkish bread, beetroot and yoghurt: a tasty alternative to more traditional burgers. These burgers could also be BBQed. Adapted from a recipe from the Simply Great Recipes Recipe Club website.

    Recipe #125623

    A classic Greek dish: lamb, eggplant, tomatoes, onion and garlic topped with a yoghurt and feta sauce and baked in the eggplant skins. Delicious served with a Greek salad, crusty rolls and a bottle of your favourite red wine. Adapted from a recipe on the “Australian Women’s Weekly” website.

    Recipe #117291


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