Costco Australian frenched lamb rack

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Jan 11, 2021
Hi, made these yesterday and I will have to start buying some lamb locally. Dry rubbed, smoked @ 190 F for two hours, seared. Did not check meat temps at all. The center was warm and we both enjoy rare meat.

Dry rub = oregano, thyme, rosemary, garlic powder, garlic salt.
Served with kale chips, homemade pineapple mango salsa and a little horsey sauce.
Only needed a knife to separate the sections.

Hi, made these yesterday and I will have to start buying some lamb locally.

Domestic lamb has a slightly different flavor, and in some cases can be cut from yearlings, so slightly larger. I prefer domestic, but it's matter of taste. The price has really gone up in the last couple of years for racks like you have. I'm in lamb country and it''s approaching $20/lb. Lamb breast is a good value, as are legs if you see them.

One tip, you can remove the membrane on the racks just like you would if it was a rack of pork ribs. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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