Have A Little Lamb
Lamb kebabs, braised lamb shanks (as shown above with veg and cauliflower ‘rice) and coconut lamb curry are just a few of my favorite dishes to prepare using this healthy meat.
Did you know that grass fed lamb is packed with health benefits:
- Great source of iron (twice as rich as pork, three times as rich as chicken and six times as rich as fish!)
- B and D vitamins
If you’ve had lamb before and felt it was less than enjoyable to eat, give it another try.
I, too, felt the same way; as a child, the only memories I had of eating lamb were not that great. An over broiled lamb chop with no seasonings that I had on a visit to a friend’s house left me with a very bad taste in my mouth…. pun intended.
Fortunately, my husband shared with me his love of a good curry ‘slap up’, including some of the tastiest lamb dishes I’ve still ever enjoyed to this day, prepared in several different Indian regional styles.
Try to source it locally; inquire at your farmer’s market or check out Eat Wild’s site, rather than going straight for the New Zealand imports. Unless, of course, you live in New Zealand!