THIS VALENTINES DAY, NOTHING SAYS LOVE LIKE LAMB
This Valentines Day, forget the conventional gift of expensive perfume and ditch the chaos of overcrowded dining. Break the stereotypes and woo your lover in the seclusion of your own home with the seductive scent of Lamb.
An evocative fragrance inspired by love, the aroma of home-cooked Lamb is the unexpected gift that reveals the true romantic within. Let the succulent flavours and intoxicating essence tantalise the tastebuds; to get you and your partner sizzling beyond the kitchen!
Get the pulse racing with Char-grilled Lamb chops with pumpkin and pea frittata or indulge in a luscious Roast rack of Lamb with sweet pea crust and pumpkin aioli.
If its a casual affair you prefer, grab a picnic rug and head to inspiration point for mouth-watering Lamb patties with pitta bread, hummus and tabouli.
One thing is for certain - these deliciously tempting Lamb dishes will have your object of desire coming back for a second serving this Valentines Day!
Lamb patties with pita bread, hummus and tabouli
Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Makes about 24 small patties Ingredients
800g Lamb mince
1 small onion, grated
2 tsp ground cumin
½ cup dried breadcrumbs
1 egg, lightly beaten
olive oil for cooking
pita pockets (or other flat bread), hummus and tabouli to serve
1. Combine the mince, onion, cumin, breadcrumbs and egg. Mix well and season with salt and black pepper.
2. Form into about 24 small balls and flatten slightly into patties.
3. Heat olive oil in a heavy based pan until moderately hot. Pan-fry patties for 5 minutes on each side or until cooked through. Serve warm or cold in pita pockets with hummus and tabouli.
Roast Rack of Lamb with sweet pea crust and pumpkin aioli - www.femail.com.au/roast-rack-of-lamb.htm
Lamb patties with pita bread, hummus and tabouli - www.femail.com.au/lamb-patties-with-pita-bread.htm
Char-grilled Lamb chops with pumpkin and pea frittata - www.femail.com.au/chargrilled-lamb-chops.htm