Although it is not the most popular meat in American cuisine, lamb has long been a favorite in international dishes.
Lamb adds a sweeter, earthier flavor to recipes that call for beef. It is simple to prepare and flavorful.
WHAT ARE LAMB SHANKS?
If you’re unfamiliar with lamb shanks, here’s a quick primer: lamb shanks are a cheap, tough cut of meat from the lower leg of a lamb.
As a result, lamb shanks must be slow cooked – either braised or roasted – to soften the tough meat and soften into succulent tenderness. The meat itself is flavorful, which enhances the flavor of the sauce.
The marrow from the bone melts into the sauce, deepening the flavor and adding richness. We are huge fans of freebies around here!
Nothing beats a big hearty dish of lamb shanks when the temperature drops. So get ready for a Lamb Shanks Recipes hayride you won’t soon forget!
Braised lamb shanks are a delicious dish, but they can be dry and bland at times. You can cook them perfectly every time with sous vide, so they are moist, tender, and full of amazing flavor. They’re fantastic with tomato chutney, roasted vegetables, or mashed potatoes.
Lamb shanks are a tough but flavorful cut that can be used in a variety of ways. When cooking lamb shanks sous vide, you can cook them anywhere from medium-rare to a fall-apart braise texture.
Lamb shanks reign supreme among all lamb cuts! This recipe, which is worthy of fine dining restaurants but is completely simple to make, is slow cooked until meltingly tender in a rich, deeply flavored red wine sauce.
I have a thing for slow-cooked lamb shanks. I’m a sucker for a hunk of meltingly tender meat wrapped around a bone. Every time, it hits my carnivore sweet spot.
It doesn’t get much better than tender lamb shanks braised in a luxurious sauce of red wine and piney rosemary! Add carrots and potatoes for a complete one-pot meal.
You don’t need much else, but this saucy lamb goes well with plain couscous, rice, or orzo. Or simply grab a warm pita to soak up all the goodness!
Do you want to cook your lamb shanks in a truly delicious and mouthwatering way? Then look no further than this recipe for lamb shank with Skyr.
This lamb shank recipe, passed down through generations in my family, uses traditional Turkish spices and ingredients to transform your lamb shank into something truly special.
While it was delicious, I can say that using skyr instead of regular yogurt elevated this recipe to new heights! This plate would be ideal for a holiday table meal; it’s hearty and delicious!
Rare grilled lamb chops or a roasted leg of lamb can be delectable and quick to prepare. However, with a little forethought, you’ll discover that the shank of lamb deserves the most credit.
This heady Persian spice blend produces a complex and nuanced braise, yet the flavors are balanced, with hints of orange, lime, and rosewater. Basmati rice is the ideal side dish.
Flavorful lamb shanks melt off the bone thanks to a fragrant spice blend and a long braise. Lamb shanks, like winter turning into spring, undergo a transformation from tough to meltingly tender—as long as they’re cooked correctly.
A long, slow braise is the key. These lamb shanks are rubbed with a fragrant spice blend before braising with vegetables, white wine, and chicken stock and served with a fresh spring salad.
Tender lamb shank is smothered in a luxurious silky smooth gravy that is easy to make and full of flavor from the spices and vegetables. This is an elegant and family-favorite dinner that doesn’t take long to prepare.
The only waiting time is the cooking time, and even then, all you have to do is leave the lamb shank to cook in the oven while you do other chores or even relax.
Looking for a big win at your next small dinner party? Boom. These Southwest Braised Lamb Shanks in Adobo Sauce appear elegant and sophisticated, but they are actually very simple to make. Seriously.
Given how professional this meal looks, the actual hands-on time for this recipe is shockingly low (and more importantly, tasting). It’s also a very forgiving recipe if you’re inexperienced in the kitchen.
In this dish, lamb shanks are paired with a bright trio of winter citrus—lemon, lime, and orange. The rich braising liquid produced by the slow cooking almost outperforms the lamb shanks themselves.
To make the recipe, serve six, shred the meat from the bones, divide among shallow bowls, and serve over rice, orzo, or polenta, drizzled with the reduced juices.
With an electric pressure cooker, you can make tender, fall-off-the-bone lamb shanks in a fraction of the time!
This recipe for Instant Pot Braised Lamb Shanks with Tomato requires only a few ingredients and little effort. Serve with mashed potatoes or polenta for the ultimate comfort food dinner.
COOKING LAMB SHANKS IS EASY!
Despite being a tough cut of meat that requires slow cooking to become fall-off-the-bone tender, lamb shanks are actually very forgiving, making it a very simple cut to cook with.
You get to decide how to prepare them! In an oven, on the stove, in a slow cooker, or in an Instant Pot (pressure cooker). You will not be disappointed with either option!Print