Maria Said:How do I prevent lamb from drying up on the grill?
We Answered:You have to keep it covered almost always so the moisture stays in. Lamb is one of those things that dries out uber fast.
When I was young I used to love to eat Lamb dry because it didn't have that funnky smell. Now I just don't eat it at all, anymore. However, I always see cooks keep it covered or wrapped to seal in the moisture.
Terrence Said:I've got a couple of lamb loins on the grill. What do I use for a sauce or condiment?
We Answered:serve 'em naked, man. they should be nice and tender anyways. mid-rare. don't use a-1, that ****'s nasty, and you'll end up covering the flavor of your lamb. and don't do mint jelly, because that's served with mutton, and mostly to mask the flavor of the mutton. it'll only do your lamb wrong.
Elaine Said:I want to grill Lamb on my Charcoal BBQ. What are the best cuts to ask the butcher for? Any good recipes?
We Answered:The best cuts to go for are the loin, leg, rump and ribs. You can grill up these cuts just as you would pork or beef, but you will get something extra, namely a tough, strong flavor meal. The secret of cooking lamb and mutton is in the tenderizing and marinating. This secret goes back to the earliest days on sheep eating.
Brian Said:How long and at what heat should I fry 3/4" lamb chops in a grill pan to make them medium rare?
We Answered:2-3 minutes per side on medium-high heat
Wanda Said:How long do you have to grill lamb rump steak - should I put something on it before putting it under the gril?
We Answered:Hi :-)
I don't have an accurate answer to this because when I grill lamb steaks I do them in a George Foreman. They usually take 15 minutes.
I always brush them with a little olive oil also.
Brush them with a little oil if you have any and put them under. After 15 minutes check them. Although I would recommend with a normal grill to leave them in for longer.
Hope this helps somewhat.
Margie Said:Frozen lamb chops: it says to grill only but my grill is broken. Can I fry them or cook in oven?
We Answered:I always cook mine from frozen. I put them in the centre of the oven on gas 4/400F/230C turning them once and checking that they are cooked through properly.