Tagged: Lamb

Slowly Braised Lamb Leg in Red Wine 1

Slowly Braised Lamb Leg in Red Wine

Lamb meat is not a common meat in the Philippines hence you would not see a lot of recipes here at Ang Sarap using Lamb, and you barely see Filipinos choosing this in food gatherings. For us the taste is quite gamey as we never got used to it but...

Lamb Ragout

Lamb Ragout

Lamb Ragout is a lamb dish slowly simmered in wine and tomato sauce infused with rosemary, thyme and sage. A very versatile stew where you can serve it either with rice, bread or pasta. Nothing much to say about the dish, I think it’s a fairly common stew dish everywhere...

Sheperd's Pie

Sheperd’s Pie

Last day of the minced meat week and for today we will be making some Shepherd’s pie. Sheperd’s pie or for others “Cottage pie”, is a type of meat pie served in a crust of mashed potatoes. Though Shepherd’s pie and Cottage pie looks synonymous due to present day usage...

Irish stew

Irish stew

In celebration of St Patrick’s Day, I’ve decided to post something which is of Irish origin and probably their most popular dish so far, the Irish stew. Irish stew is a traditional food of Ireland made from lamb/mutton, potatoes, onions, and parsley. But several variations exist now where barley, carrots,...

Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh

Rogan Josh is a type of lamb curry which is slowly cooked with an array of spices, the most important spice to be included is the “Kashmir peppers” as it gives that distinct red colour to this dish while keeping it milder compared to other Indian curries. Rogan Josh came...

Chermoula Lamb

Chermoula Lamb

Chermoula is a popular North African marinade which is usually used to flavour seafood and meats; it is a good replacement for those who do not like hot marinades but want to enjoy the robust flavours of North African Spices.  Usually it is a made out of herbs like mint...