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what can i do with my rack of lamb?

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lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 13:54:10

i normally make a basil butter, spread that on top then pat loads of pinenuts all over it.

its very easy and lovely.
but fancy a change

any ideas?

bananapaddlepop Sun 11-Jan-09 13:56:31

Herb crust? Rosemary, mint, breadcrumbs, dijon mustard - I did this from the bbc food website for friends and it was lovely.

lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 14:18:17

thisone?

hi banana was it this one?

bananapaddlepop Sun 11-Jan-09 15:09:16

It is not it but it is close, I didn't make the jus

You mix the herbs together with some oil and breadcrumbs, sear the lamb, put some dijon on the outside and then press the crust onto it, cook for 45 ish mins (depending on pref)..

Hang on, let me look

bananapaddlepop Sun 11-Jan-09 15:26:02

try here

did that work? first link and all

sorry it wasn't bbc, but very similar i think and either would be delicious

lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 16:36:10

oh yes that worked bananasmile
thanks, is that the one you did?

bananapaddlepop Sun 11-Jan-09 16:38:56

Yes and it was easy and delicious. I did it a bit longer than 25 mins though, more like 45mins and it was still pink and lovely.

lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 17:17:08

yes i think i'll do that one for a change smile

Lucy87 Sun 11-Jan-09 22:25:05

Just wondering, sorry to hijack - I am from Aus and love this cut of lamb but can't find it stocked in any of my local supermarkets? Is it readily available here?

lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 22:27:45

yes you can get it from your butchers or sainsburys tescos or like today i got my from waitrose

bananapaddlepop Sun 11-Jan-09 22:28:42

I think they have racks of lamb in Waitrose sometimes, if you have a good butcher he will have it and can trim all the fat etc.

I'm from Aus too Lucy x

lovelysongbirdie Sun 11-Jan-09 22:31:34

the one i brought today was about 6.50 [which i thought was pretty good] and was very well trimmed smile

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