Charred Taco Flight
Butterflied lamb leg is incredibly versatile with a mild lamb flavor that remains juicy when grilled, roasted, or in this case slow-cooked using a sous vide method. Customers will be coming back time and time again to get a taste of these delicious tacos. Every flavor has been marinated and cooked to perfection then finished on the grill. Available in three interesting global flavor profiles.
Spiced ground lamb is the perfect vehicle for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavor profiles, which continue to be on trend in foodservice operations. Romance the crowds with this Lahmajoon Flatbread. It’s a marriage of flavor and texture with a crispy pizza dough to complement the lamb. Garnished with roasted lemons, olive oil, and greens, it makes for a satisfying appetizer or entrée that’s bound to be a popular order.
Mediterranean Lamb T-Bone Chop Salad
Lamb T-bones are perfectly portioned for small or large serving sizes. Whether that’s serving an intimate date or a bustling party, they deliver just the right amount of protein for the customers looking for a lighter offering. This recipe features lemon and thyme marinated chops. Grilled medium-rare and serve over a grain salad of Israeli couscous, fresh parsley, feta, roasted tomatoes, red onion, and Kalamata olives. Serve with tzatziki, spiced mint chutney, and warm pita for a lunch or dinner item customers will love.
Thai Lamb T-Bones
Southeast Asian flavors are a hot trend among foodies, and are an innovative way to feature them. We’ve grilled two T-bones, coated them in a sweet-and-sour tamarind glaze and served with saffron jasmine rice and spicy peanuts. Thick or thin-cut, these T-bones can be as lofty as a five-star menu item or a street-food star. Garner traffic and positively impact sales with this dish.