This one goes out to all of us who are sick and tired of the same old fattah recipes. Eid Al-Adha is celebrated across the world by feasting on glorious food, but let’s face it, we need to spice up our recipes.
So here are five lamb recipes with a twist:
Moroccan lamb tagine
Morocco is famous for their tagine. The slow-cooked, savoury stews mixed with moroccan herbs and dried fruits will give you the perfect Eid twist your dinner table needs.
The indian recipe is easy to prepare and is as tasty as lamb gets. The blending tastes of basmati rice, fried onions, raisins, saffron, and yoghurt are mouth-watering.
Garlic and herb marinated lamb with potatoes
This Youtube video by Tasty has five different lamb recipes icluding braised lamb shank, marinated legs and racks, and biryani. My favorite though is the garlic and herb marinated lamb with baby potatoes.
Italian lamb stew
Gennaro Contaldo is an Italian chef and restaurateur and he shared some of his finest recipes. This slow-cooked lamb recipe has an Italian flavor to it with added celery, cherry tomatos, and chili. Just watching Contaldo cooking is enough pleasure for us.
Greek lamb kebab
Bid your farewell to classic fillets and fried meat, and go for kebab sticks. These Greek inspired kebabs are chargrilled for maximum flavour, and served alongside a delicious, fragrant baba ganoush.