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Help with dinner tonight - Lamb & Scallops

SynbladeSynblade Posts: 10
edited 12:10AM in EggHead Forum
Hi there! I need a little advice for the dinner I'm going to cook tonight.

I have a couple pounds of lamb ribs given to me by a friend, and when I got them I originally thought they were going to be similar to the frenched rack of lamb here - http://www.dizzypigbbq.com/recipesLambChops.html But it turns out they look more like spare ribs.

I also have 2.5 pounds of huge sea scallops from costco. I'd like to cook them so they're both done at around the same time -- I don't necessarily have to cook them at the same time.

What I was thinking was to put the lamb ribs on at 230 for 3-4 hours, then take them off and crank it up to 400 to cook the scallops. I have heard about planked scallops as well and that sounded interesting to try.

Anyone got any suggestions? Thanks!

Btw this is what I have to work with:
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Comments

  • SynbladeSynblade Posts: 10
    Update on the scallops, I'm not sure if these are "dry" ones or not but I assume so because nothing I've bought from costco before has been processed in any way. They are classified as "Grade A scallops U-10"
  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    I'd bacon wrap the scallops, not around the circumferance, but across the diameter,season, and cook those as high in the dome as you can. They wont take long. I'm not sure about the lamb, it almost looked like bacon from the photo.Haha.
  • emillucaemilluca Posts: 673
    Lamb breast can be stuffed and then cooked on the egg.
    A rice stuffing with greek seasoning would be good.
    I just would google lamd breast and use what siunds good to you. I treat my egg as an outdoor oven tnhta give me wood smoke flavor. I have not changed any recipe because I am using an egg to smoke/grill on.

    Emil
  • SynbladeSynblade Posts: 10
    Ended up putting a little bit of mustard on them, then raging river and some extra cumin, and put on the egg with cherry wood chips at 250 degrees. I'll see what they look like in 3 hours :)

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