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Lamb Sliders with Garlic Aioli

 
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Griffin
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29 12 9:45 pm    Post subject: Lamb Sliders with Garlic Aioli Reply with quote

Last night we decided to spice it up a bit and instead of plain ole sliders, we did some lamb sliders. I also found a recipe for a garlic aioli that went along with it. Some pretty good eats, if i do say so myself.





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MacEggs
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30 12 12:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fantastic looking sliders, Griffin! Very Happy
I would eat lamb much more than I do (never) if my wife liked it. Crying or Very sad
I usually have to wait to have it when I visit my parents by myself. Confused
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09 12 5:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Love the look of those sliders, can you post the aioli recipe here please Griffin, (for those of us that don't travel well Wink)?

MacEggs, you may try working in a little lamb burger to home made beef burgers, it takes a little extra time but if you start by adding 10% and work your way up to a mix of 60-40% in favor of the lamb, before you step up to 100% lamb.

Cooking lamb until it renders out the fat is one of the things that I think helps those that say they don't like lamb.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 09 12 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SoEzzy wrote:
MacEggs, you may try working in a little lamb burger to home made beef burgers, it takes a little extra time but if you start by adding 10% and work your way up to a mix of 60-40% in favor of the lamb, before you step up to 100% lamb.

Cooking lamb until it renders out the fat is one of the things that I think helps those that say they don't like lamb.

Thanks SoEzzy!
I have eaten plenty of lamb over the years, and love it.
It's my wife who won't eat it if she had the choice. Confused Crying or Very sad
So I don't cook it. Got some lamb shanks in the freezer - maybe she'll try those.
Sorry, Griffin, for the perceived hi-jack >> we're still talkin' lamb, though. Very Happy Wink
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