So you want to make some lamb for you and few friends for a Greek-inspired dinner party. Let’s talk about it.
You think it’s too difficult? Or what if you mess it up? Isn’t red meat bad for you?
Well, the short answer (haha get it? Short answer? Short ribs? Hehe) is, it’s way easier and healthier than you think! So put those daunting thoughts out of your head, and let’s get to cooking!
4oz of lamb short rib per person (half a pound of meat per head is the rule of thumb)
4 cloves of garlic thinly sliced
2 sprigs of fresh rosemary
1 teaspoon of Steak seasoning (I use Southern Flavor)
1 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
These ratios are for about 4lbs.
Preheat oven to 315 degrees
Toss the lamb short ribs with Worcestershire sauce and seasoning.
Place the lamb short ribs into a baking dish lined with non-stick foil. Place the garlic slices and rosemary over top the lamb. Cover the top with more foil but leave a little space between the short ribs and the top.
Bake for 2 hours at 315 degrees or until fork tender.
The smells coming out of your oven will be heavenly! And 2 hours later… Deliciously tender lamb short ribs.
Mimi was pretty excited about the lamb!
I served this lamb alongside some grilled Greek corn I
threw together… That recipe coming soon!
My lamb was the main meat dish alongside all my girlfriends awesome Greek creations which will also be featured soon.
One of my friends mentioned her family serves lamb at Christmas, so this might be a good one to bookmark for upcoming holiday gatherings!
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