Sticky Honey Lamb

"This is so yummy. Sweet but spicy at the same time. I cook this one heaps. Nice served with plain rice or noodles."
 
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Ready In:
13mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Coat a pan with cooking spray, heat and cook lamb in 2 batches until browned and tender.
  • Remove from pan.
  • Combine the remaining ingredients in a bowl.
  • Remove pan from the heat, pour mixture into it, then replace on the heat.
  • Bring to the boil and add the cooked lamb.
  • Coat the lamb with the honey sauce.

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Reviews

  1. twissis
    Yummy is right! *We* were actually of 2 minds on this dish. While we both liked it a lot, DH admitted he favors the natural goodness of the much-revered Icelandic lamb w/brown gravy, but *I* have the more adventurous palate & found this chg welcome from that norm. I was a step ahead in the prep as I used mixed lamb cuts that I had already cooked in my crockpot, so it was tender & well-seasoned. The sauce was a snap to fix, so it all came together in minutes. I served it w/carrot coins, potatoes + mushrooms from the crockpot meal, but it did not seem like leftovers at all as the sauce turned it into a tasty new meal. Yum! Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)
     
  2. lazyme
    Delish! I sliced 2 lamb steaks into strips and doubled the sauce. This was spicy (which we like!) and very nice over rice. Thanks Sonya for a simple and tasty dinner.
     
  3. Mama Q
    We had this on sourdough rolls. I added red bell peppers and red onions to the saute. Very good!
     
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I live in Keilor Downs, Victoria in Australia. I am a receptionist in Melbourne. My favorite cook books are anything Weight Watchers or Simply 2 good 2 be true also any muffin or scone cook books. I love cooking easy stuff but I love a challange ocasionaly on the weekends when i have a bit more time. My pet peeve is how much capsicum/bell peppers are in recipes now as i am elergic to them.
 
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