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Rack of Lamb

bigredqbigredq Posts: 15
edited September 2011 in EggHead Forum
Does anyone have a good recipe for rack of lamb?  Marinade, rub??   Need to serve 10-12 people.    Thanks!


  • I've done this several times:

    You can use hazel nuts or other nuts if you like.  I left out the rosemary last time I did it and it was also good.  Good luck!
    The Naked Whiz
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  • Bigredq- rack of lamb a has become my go to "impress people with the egg meal". All I do is season with finely chopped rosemary and kosher salt. Then I smoke the rack of lamb @ 250 raised grill until the internal temp gets to 120. Next I pull the lamb and let the egg get up to 500ish sear lamb to internal temp of 138. Lamb will be med rare/medium. This is my favorite meal by far.

    As for wood chips I've used apple, cherry and olive and all have come out great.
  • LDDLDD Posts: 1,225
    you can't go wrong with lemon/garlic/rosemary.

    but then again I love it grilled with just kosher salt.
    context is important :)
  • SpoonSpoon Posts: 328
    Here one I did a couple months back: Rack of Lamb
    "Pork so tender you can pull it with a spoon." ~Spoon
  • I go with salt, pepper, rosemary, lots of garlic - like 3/4 of a cup, lemon zest and then thin slice the lemon. The magic ingredient is Bourbon. Any Bourbon will do. I use what ever I can steal from my roommate when he's passed out, usually something cheap. Put it all in a blender, drizzle in some olive oil. Pour it over the lamb, let it sit overnight. Rinse or wipe off any chucks o garlic before cooking, as they will burn.

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