Here are a few Aussie lamb dishes we spotted on our newsfeed
that were too tempting to keep to ourselves. Get your Aussie fix if you’re near
one of these spots!
Catch 35 – Chicago, IL (pictured)
Australian Lamb Chops with Maitre d'Hotel butter, fingerling potatoes, creamed spinach and roasted garlic
– Miami, FL
Aussie Lamb Shoulder, slow cooked with dried lime and spices,
eggplant purée, ancient grains and kale
Seasons 52 – Nationwide
Mediterranean Braised Lamb Shank with autumn vegetables and Yukon mash
de Brazil – Nationwide
This Brazilian-inspired restaurant specializes in
slow-roasted and perfectly seasoned cuts of lamb including leg of
lamb and lamb chops . This technique comes to the United
States straight from Southern Brazil, where Gauchos (cowboys) prepare meals
over a campfire. At Texas de Brazil, the skilled gauchos journey through the
restaurant with the grilled meats on sword-like skewers taken directly off the
grill, stopping at each table to carve slices for diners.
BONUS: Did we mention
that we have a great sweepstakes running for lamb month at Texas de Brazil? Get the info on Texas de Brazil’s Facebook.
Salt7 – Delray Beach,
Aussie Lamb with Salt7 spices and lemon oregano
Empire Restaurant – Raleigh, NC
Grilled Australian Lamb Rack with sweet potato & collard
green gratin, roasted asparagus, black-eyed pea & corn salad, kolrabi
puree, ginger mushroom jus
Ragin Cajun Cooking – Chef Will Staten – Las Vegas, NV
Seared Grassfed Steak with blackening rub served over a
healthy tomato, cucumber and red onion salad tossed in Italian seasonings, with
minced garlic, peppered feta, EVOO & white balsamic vinegar
Chef’s Roll Feature: Chef Kwame Onwuachi – Washington D.C.
Aussie Lamb Bisteeya