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Seared Lamb with Halloumi

Lamb is naturally earthy and a little grassy, and its flavor won’t get buried despite this big pile of fresh herbs and salty marinated cheese. If you are sensitive to even a whiff of gaminess, seek out domestic, grain-finished lamb, which is sweeter and milder than the 100 percent pasture-raised imports from New Zealand and Australia. And because ground lamb contains a generous percentage of fat, you can smash it into a hot skillet and let it develop a nice crust without worrying about it drying out. This recipe is from Where Cooking Begins by Carla Lalli Music.

Lamb is naturally earthy and a little grassy, and its flavor won’t get buried despite this big pile of fresh herbs and salty marinated cheese. If you are sensitive to even a whiff of gaminess, seek out domestic, grain-finished lamb, which is sweeter and milder than the 100 percent pasture-raised imports from New Zealand and Australia. And because ground lamb contains a generous percentage of fat, you can smash it into a hot skillet and let it develop a nice crust without worrying about it drying out. This recipe is from Where Cooking Begins by Carla Lalli Music.
https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/seared-lamb-with-marinated-halloumi-and-herbs

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