By Crabzilla on November 03, 2004
Photo by Lorac
Photo by Lorac
"This is such a simple marinade, so easy to prepare and best of all - it's done in a big zip-lock bag, so there's no mess to clean up. It's great for grilling or for roasting. I use it on any cut of lamb. I'm splurging on two 1-pound pre-frenched racks of lamb from "New Zealand Fresh Lamb" for our anniversary. It makes enough for about 2 - 2 1/2 pounds of lamb. You can always vary the few spices in it to suit your taste."
Serving Size: 1 (388 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This was absolutely FABULOUS!! I was extremely apprehensive because I tasted it before I put the lamb in thought it was SO overpowering... It wasn't at all. It lended itself perfectly to the flavor of the lamb (after 15 hours of marinating!). I did realize after that I forgot to add the honey but honestly the other flavors were so amazing that the honey wasn't missed."
"Great marinade. Perfect for our lamb filets.
Thanks for posting."
"I used Trader Joe's Soyaki in place of the teriyaki sauce and soy sauce. It was amazing. Great marinade, definitely one to make again! Thanks so much!"
"This is a fanTASTIC marinade!! The lamb turned out so tender and juicy. I only made 6 lamb chops and it was not enough!! I made it again 2 days later because it was so good! I will use this again and again."
"I picked this recipe as I had some Teriyaki sauce to use up. This was a delightful change from the usual lemon/garlic/rosemary marinade. Perfect for OMAC cooks. I would definately do this one again!!! Thanks for sharing!!"
"We bought and butchered a whole lamb...discovered this marinade and have used it exclusively. EVERYONE we've served has raved over it!"
"This marinade rocks! I marinated some cubed lamb leg (about 3/4 lb.) then drained most of it from the zip lock bag. I didn't let all the marinade drain, just most of it. Then I stir fried 1 onion plus and added the meat and left-over marinade and stir fried until the meat was pretty much done. I then added 2 tomatos cut into wedges and about 2 Tbsp. chopped parsley when it was done. Heated the newbies until hot and served over Potatos Anna. It was delish! Hubby even commented. I'll be using this marinade again for sure!"
"This was Fabulous! I marinated my butterflied leg of lamb over night and cooked it on the grill on Easter and everyone loved it. My 10 year old son ate more then all the other kids and he is an extremely picky eater. I will definatley use this recipe again and agin."
"Everyone I serve this to asks for the recipe. Even people who don't care for lamb like this one. I love easy recipes that make me look good!!"
"Used this on DH's lamb chop for the BBQ and he loved it! I used fresh herbs from the garden. Will use it again!"
"I don't eat lamb so I didn't taste the marinade. My boyfriend absolutely loved it. He commented numerous times on it. Make sure that you like all of the spices in this recipe because they are apparent when you eat it."
"Crabzilla this marinade is so good!!! I used this recipe to marinade a leg of lamb (that I'd deboned) for Easter dinner. I let it marinade for about 8 hours then sewed it back together with skewers and cooked it on the bbq.The lamb was very tender and tasty with a lovely glaze.Great marinade!!!"
"Excellent! One of the best lamb dishes I have ever had the pleasure to eat. I made the recipe as directed with 1 3/4 pounds of loin chops allowing them to marinate overnight. DH grilled them on the BBQ. I served them with Crazilla's Potato Gratin With Gruyere Cheese and Creme Fraiche #93776 for a truly delicious dinner. Thanks Crabzilla, another recipe for my "Book of Special Tricks" "