Saturday, December 15, 2012

Festive Fare BlogTrain | Roast Rack of Lamb

I love roast lambs. 
I'll always have them on my Christmas Party Menu. 
Belly Happy Guest would usually ask for them year after year 
and I am happy to oblige.

Here is the recipe for our Roast Rack of Lamb.

It's in fact a no brainer.
At times, 
Less is more.....
Especially when it comes to Lambs.

(Marinate 1 Night in Advance.)
2 racks of lambs; trimmed & frenched
Fresh Rosemary
Olive Oil
Few cloves of Garlic
 Salt and Pepper to taste.

1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
2. Sear the rack of lamb in a skillet
3. Bake in the oven until brown on top and medium rare in the center.
About 20-25mins.

I usually like to bake by placing seasonal vegetables 
at the bottom of the rack of lamb.
After the lamb is ready,
take out the lamb 
but further bake the vegetables for another 10mins.
There you have it.
Yummy Roasted Rack of Lamb.

It will goes really well with Baked potatoes too!
Easy Peasy Cheaterbug "baked" Potatoes
1. wash potatoes 
2. use fork poke many many "ventilation holes" in potatoes 
3. wrap potatoes in paper hand towel and moist it 
4. Microwave it! (1200w microwave)
small potatoes 3-4 mins, medium potatoes 5-6 mins big potatoes 7-8 mins 
5. remove paper hand towel, wrapped potatoes in foil. 
6. put in my mini toaster oven and bake for 15 mins.

This post is part of a Festive Fare BlogTrain.
A series of mommy bloggers each sharing their favorite dish for this festive season!

Tomorrow, Jayne Chua,
a photographer and hobbyist writer, a mother of three kids
 will be sharing her recipe on
"Blue Cheese Creamy Mussels"
 on her blog.

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DinoMama said...

Look so delicious!!!!! I'm so going to try it OR I'll hint hint to hubs to get him to try doing it hahaha~

pc said...

wow... very pro! must bookmark this and try;). thx for sharing.