Sunday, December 12, 2010

Rack Of Lamb Dinner!!!

Tonight: My wife and i invited over to dinner her twin sister and her fiancee! Decided to hook em with a dinner that will leave them dreaming about for it for weeks!!

Spice rubbed rack of lamb with a roasted tomato and steamed potato butter/garlic sauce!!


1.5 lbs rack of lamb(frenched: i.e: all the fat removed and the bones are stripped of any fat).
Spice rub mix: sea salt, white pepper, black pepper, paprika, cumin, chipotle powder, honey powder, pinch of brown brown sugar, ancho chili powder, & garlic powder.

Rub the lamb with all the spices and extra virgin olive oil and let it marinate in the fridge for 3-4 hours.

Tomatoes: Cut them in half and slice some garlic gloves in small slices: Stuff the tomato with the garlic slices, sliced jalapenos and parsley. Sprinkle some sea salt and black pepper. drizzle with olive oil: Put them in a pan and throw them in a hot 400 degree oven for 45 minutes! This will rock your world! YUMMY!
Potato: Yukon gold potatoes: Steam them under low simmering water until fork tender: about one hour: peel them and put them in a bowl: Throw some good quality butter and thinly sliced garlic cloves: The hot potatoes will melt the butter to perfection!!: Throw in some parsley, diced jalapeno, white pepper and sea salt. THIS IS A LADY KILLER!!! Trust me! ;-)

Lamb: Pull the lamb out of the fridge and let it sit at room temp. for 30 minutes.

Heat up a grilling pan at MEDIUM HIGH for 5 minutes: allow the pan to get very hot. Throw the rack of lamb on there and DO NOT TOUCH IT for 5-6 minutes! Let that sucker sear really well. It will create an incredible crunchy salty, spicy crust! Good tasting meats always has a crunchy, salty crust! TRUST ME ON THIS ONE!
Flip the rack over once and throw the rack in a hot 400 degree oven and allow it to roast for 15 minutes!! Towards the end of the cooking process: Throw in a table spoon of butter in the hot pan: Baste the melted butter over and over again on top of the lamb with a spoon. This will give an incredibly delicious flavor and glowing shine only seen at top restaurants!!


Plate in a creative manner that pleases the eyes and ENJOY!!!!!!

If you are a single gentleman: try this recipe on your next HOT date! You can thank me later once she wants to marry you!!!!!!


Oracle PTP Pro said...

Wow. Lamb look delicious.

Will try out the recipe, minsus the honey and brown sugar. Not a big fan of sweetness in meats.

Stewie said...

The sweetness is to balance out the heavy spice from Chillies and chiptoles. You will not sense it as sweet. More as balanced but hey, do it however fits YOUR TASTE!

Either way, you will love it!

gamingthemarket said...

Searing leads to cancer:

"Processed, charred, and well-done meats can contain cancer-causing heterocyclic amines, which form when meat is seared at high temperatures, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which get into food when it's charcoal broiled."

"Removing charred portions of meat and refraining from using gravy made from meat drippings can also reduce HCA and PAH exposure."

Stewie said...

Hmmm. well if it ain't seared, then i ain't eatin it!! We will die one die from one reason or another! Thanks GTM! how you been man??

Oracle PTP Pro said...

Anymore recipes?

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