What Is A Rack of Lamb 7 Bone
A rack of lamb or Carré d’agneau (though this may also refer to other cuts) is a cut of lamb cut perpendicularly to the spine, and including 16 ribs or chops. At retail, it is usually sold ‘single’ (sawn longitudinally and including the 8 ribs on one side only), but may also be sold as a “double rack of lamb“, with the ribs on both sides.
Tender, succulent and flavorful, this easy rack of lamb recipe comes out reliably perfect every time. High-heat oven roasting produces crispy fat and juicy meat, and the seasoning – olive oil, garlic, rosemary, and thyme – is wonderful.
This recipe is so easy, yet so elegant. It’s the perfect entree for a holiday or for entertaining because it’s so delicious and impressive, yet so very simple to make. I love bringing it out to the table in all its glory, then taking it back to the kitchen to carve. Rack of Lamb 7 Bone
Tender, succulent and flavorful, lamb is my favorite meat, and this simple rack of lamb recipe beautifully highlights its rich, bold flavor. I enjoy all lamb cuts, but this cut is especially delicious, with its tender meat and hot, crispy fat.