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There’s nothing that my family enjoys more than having lamb for our Easter Dinner.
Although our dinner was small, as my younger one was sick, I still manage to keep our tradition. I had two racks of lambs in the fridge and I opted to roast them. They were juicy and absolutely delicious.
Roasted Rack of Lamb
2 racks of lamb
2 lemons zest
2 tsp of pepper crushed
2 tsp of cayenne pepper
1 tbsp chopped mint
2 tsp honey garlic
2 tsp Italian seasoning
Salt and pepper
¼ cup of vegetable oil
Mix all the ingredients together. Season the racks on all sides, cover them, and put them in the fridge for at least 6 hours or overnight.
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F.
Put a nonstick frying pan over medium heat and add the oil. Put one of the seasoned racks in the pan fat-side down, sear for 5 minutes or until golden brown.
Flip the rack and sear the other side. Remove and place on a cooling rack on a baking sheet. Do the same with the other rack. Once done with the other rack, place on the same baking sheet.
Place the baking sheet in the preheated oven and roast for 20 minutes. Let it rest for at least 5 minutes before cutting into chops.
I served mine with some Haitian macaroni au gratin.
Regardless of your faith, I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend, and just like me, you are ready for a fresh start.
That rack of lamb looks absolutely delicious!!! Sounds like a lovely Easter you had and I also like your colorful table setting!
Thank you, Hannah, we had an awesome time and the lamb was delicious!
This Roasted Rack of Lamb dinner looks like it was a success! They seem juicy and delicious. So sorry your little one was sick.
I’m not a huge fan of lamb, but man, your lambs look super yummy. And the way you paired it with the Haitian macaroni au gratin makes it even better!
herb crusted rack of lamb cooked with your own cooking point from rare to welldone…its a regular menu in the cruise ship…know the recipe very well..it come with a natural lamb jus or mint sauce…but not a fan of lamb.i would rather eat goat stew
I admire your table arrangement. Wow, that roasted met looks so yummy.
Happy Easter! the lamb looks delish! and your table settings seems inviting too.
thanks for sharing your recipe
woow….I love the rich spicies on the lamb rack, so yummy delicious looking to enjoy 😀 cheers, siennylovesdrawing
Lamb is one of our favorite meats thought it isn’t easy to find out here where we just moved. Your preparation looks delicious
Mmm this looks mouthwatering! Would love to try it.
It seems you had a great time! That lamb rack looks really sumptuous! Everything’s perfect here!
Yum! My mom makes ham and lamb every year for Easter but she didn’t this year! Craving it! I’ll be making this sooN!
I must admit to feeling guilty every time I eat lamb – since they are sooo cute. But is it my fault that they are also sooo yummy?!
Firstly, I hope your younger one is feeling better. The lamb racks look absolutely delicious. And this recipe seems quite simple and easy. And who doesn’t like an easy recipe?!
Mmmm that lamb rack looks amazing! Now I crave for some!
We love lamb…will have to try this recipe! 🏨🍕👓
Super yum! Your table decor is so cute! Plus, that Haitian macaroni looks yummy. Do you have a recipe for that too?
Thank you, Elisa, I will share the recipe for my Haitian macaroni au gratin soon.
while we are vegetarians, always love when i can share easy recipes with others..
and love that table setting for easter. so perfect
I have never taken on a recipe like this. Sounds like a nice, hearty meal! I’m sure my husband would love this.
That rack of lamb looks absolutely gorgeous! I also love the Haitian macaroni gratin side dish that you made.
I’ve never made lamb before, but I’m very interested in trying.
What a beautiful meal and beautiful Easter table! I’ve never tried rack of lamb before, but I’m thinking that needs to change!
Oh, this looks absolutely tasty! Even though I have never had lamb, this makes me want to try it! I hope you have a wonderful Easter! Your tablescape is beautiful, also!
Lamb is a delicious meal for an Easter celebration. I’ll have to try this with my mom this weekend.
This looks so good. I tasted a couple of lamb dishes and they are so flavorful. I would be putting this on my book.
I’ve never made lamb, but if it looks this good I need to try!