Category: Lamb

Moroccan Lamb Tagine

MOROCCAN LAMB TAGINE This is my new, favourite recipe.  This lovely rich and spicy lamb tagine is perfect for cold, wintry evenings.  The flavour is deep and satisfying and the aromas in the house are delightful.  This dish is simple to create and as it bakes slowly in the oven, allows time to socialise with

Indian Samosa Pinwheels

INDIAN SAMOSA PINWHEELS I just fancied a samosa during this last week, so I put together a keto version with a twist on the fathead pizza dough that I use.  I was surprised at how well they turned out, so I’m sharing the recipe here.  You can use your favourite curry powder and although the

Moussaka

Moussaka is something of a national dish in Greece, but it is thought to have actually originated in Arabia when eggplant found its way into that country from sub-Saharan Africa.  The dish migrated throughout the Middle East and the first known recipe was published in a Turkish cookbook in the very late nineteenth century.  Via

Grilled Lamb Chops with Cilantro Chimichurri

I got this idea from a website called Food 52 and they were called Szechuan Lambypops with Cilantro Chimichurri.  I was intrigued with the notion of a cilantro chimichurri as I have tried and wasn’t crazy about the more traditional Argentinean chimichurri made with parsley.  I significantly modified this recipe, however, in that I eliminated

Shepherd’s Pie

In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, I decided to try my hand at making Shepherd’s Pie.  Normally for St. Pat’s day, I would do my version of Corned Beef & Cabbage for this non-holiday holiday (recipes here: Roasted Corned Beef Brisket with Mustard Sauce; Fried Cabbage with Caraway), but I made those dishes just a

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