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Slow roasted lamb shank

There’s something undeniably magical about the process of slow-roasting, where time and patience work their alchemical wonders on seemingly humble ingredients. Lamb shank truly is the cut of meat that emerges from this transformation. I’ve cooked different cuts of lamb many times in the past, but never the shank; I was always intimidated by its tough reputation I guess. But having made incredibly succulent, fork-tender, and mouth-watering lamb shanks for the first time, I now know that all this cut with immense potential needs is to be treated with the respect it deserves.
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Lamb chops with marsala cherry and cinnamon sauce

Lamb chops are my go to dinner menu when I want to do something special. They are so good as they are, but also incredible with fruity sweet and sour sauce. This sauce has intense and tart cherry flavor as well as warmth from marsala and cinnamon. Iโ€™ve roasted lamb chops in the oven instead of pan-frying (which is perfectly fine as well) so I could pay attention to the sauce while the meat is cooking. Great dinner party dish if you want to impress without hassles. Continue reading Lamb chops with marsala cherry and cinnamon sauce