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Grilled Rack of Lamb

April 28, 2011
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I consider it a good thing that my husband doesn’t also have a hobby of cooking.  He is more than happy to sit back & enjoy the results of my experiments.  However, like most men, he does take a liking to the grill.  There are a few specialty dishes that are staples in our house, so it’s only fair to share his recipe.  You will not find a lot of red meat on my blog, so this is an interesting post for that reason, too.  So, I introduce (guest blogger) Matt Daggett’s grilled rack of lamb.

One thing Matt loves is Costco.  I mean, I like it, too, but he’s very emphatic that we purchase our meat & fish from there.  It is from Costco, & only Costco, that we buy this rack of lamb.

This is definitely not an everyday dinner for us…a little treat on a date night in.  I usually make an orzo dish of some sort (they just seem to pair nicely), but tonight we grilled some asparagus & garlic bread.  Matt also makes a nice honey-shiraz sauce (but it’s not yet “perfected” so I can’t share that just yet).

So I hope you consider this rack of lamb recipe on your next special date night in…

Ingredients

1 rack of lamb, (about 1.5 – 2 lbs) frenched
1 tbsp Oklahoma Joe’s steak seasoning, to taste
1 tsp Oklahoma Joe’s All-Purpose BBQ seasoning, to taste

Directions

  • Preheat grill & let meat come to room temperature.  Season both sides of lamb with seasoning; wrap bone ends in foil to prevent burning.
  • Place lamb directly over high heat.  Cook 4 – 5 min & rotate 90 degrees.  Cook 4 – 5 min more & flip.  Repeat for the other side until desired temperature is achieved.  (total cook time is 16 – 20 min)
  • Allow lamb to rest a few minutes before carving & serving.
Oklahoma Joe’s is by far our favorite BBQ spot (what’s not to love about a BBQ restaurant connected to a gas station?!), so the seasoning is a staple for us.  But, for those of you not fortunate to have this seasoning available, you can sub a mix of garlic salt, pepper, onion powder & seasoned salt…or whatever is in your pantry!  Enjoy!
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