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Rack of Lamb with Strawberry Mint Sauce – Easter Lamb with Strawberry Mint Sauce ctm magazine

Learn how to make a Rack of Lamb with Strawberry Mint Sauce recipe! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/03/roasted-rack-of-lamb-with-strawberry.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Easter Lamb with Strawberry Mint Sauce recipe!



  • Niam Yaraghi on July 18, 2016

    I tried this dish. the lamb smells horrible! horrible! avoid at all costs.

  • Dear Deer on August 5, 2016

    Выглядит потрясающе! Даже не могу представить, каков этот соус на вкус – клубника к мясу это немного за гранью моего понимания 😉

  • Geez_ Mahn on November 19, 2016

    What do I do if I'm allergic to mustard.

  • Cosmonautilus on January 6, 2017

    WHERE IS THE LAMB SAUCE!!!?!?!??!?!

  • wuspoppin on January 7, 2017

    I'm having trouble locating the lamb sauce.

  • _Shawarmaman _ on January 13, 2017


  • Ashif Ali on January 17, 2017

    yankey Sankey doodle fucking shite

  • Declan Tam on January 18, 2017

    Found the lamb sauce

  • Patrick McNamara on January 22, 2017

    Being a lamb aficionado, I would only change one thing here. Instead of a strawberry sauce with mint, I would make a bright green mint sauce with strawberries. For the sauce, prepare the strawberries and mint separately:

    STRAWBERRIES: DICE strawberries with lemon zest, lemon juice, salt, cayenne and honey as shown. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate.

    MINT SAUCE: Strip mint leaves from a couple of bunches of supermarket mint, and place half in a blender. Add equal parts salt and sugar (adjust to taste, because we're cooking here), and enough seasoned rice vinegar to allow the mint to be blended into a slurry when the blender is powered up. Once the leaves and three basic preservatives (salt, sugar and vinegar) are liquefied in the blender, slowly add the remaining mint leaves–scraping the mint slag down the side of the blender to rejoin the slurry–until the viscosity is about like that of ketchup. Scrape into a bowl and set aside until ready to plate.

    PLATING: Make the little pool of green (absolutely uncooked) mint sauce, and spoon a perimeter of the almost savory strawberries around the edge. Place your lamb rack…and…


  • god why on January 23, 2017

    L O C A T E D

  • kristhoper luke mcfadden on January 28, 2017

    Instead of mint for garnish I used fried sage

  • Lei Bryant on February 16, 2017

    Looks good! Can't wait to try!

  • Ananteshesha on February 24, 2017


  • Richard Armitage on June 19, 2017

    Thanks it was great.

  • Cerebros36 on August 23, 2017

    Where's the S T R A W B E R R Y M I N T S A U C E ! ?

  • LimaBeans :D on December 16, 2017


  • Jonas Butler on January 28, 2018

    I could eat about five of these.

  • arthur ng on February 10, 2018

    I don't no why you have only 170 k views , it should be in the millions ….

  • -Gemberkoekje- on June 22, 2018


  • Aaron H on July 11, 2018

    Lamb with strawberry sauce… No thanks that is hideous

  • Faraz Agha on December 19, 2018

    Would this mint sauce go well with the pistachio rack of lamb recipe?

  • Pvt. James Ramirez on February 12, 2019

    Gordon Ramsey wants to know your location

  • Darrell Rousu on March 4, 2019

    What happens if you want your meat longer

  • Lastcast on March 23, 2019

    Do not confuse this for a weeknight kale salad…. 😂

  • david travis on May 8, 2019

    how get hold of chef John? believe I live so close to him at 1 of my homes.; have 4. so wish to hook up for cooking together.

  • Sonia Legault on October 7, 2019

    I bet sage or rosemary would have been a goal choice for the sauce

  • Chris jo on November 4, 2019

    My food wish? Turkey Mexican food. That Mexican food with Turkey as the main meat. I've seen and tasted it with all the standard meat groups but not Turkey.

  • Jon Ramas on August 22, 2020

    Chef thank you so much for this recipe. I made this dish for my family and they loved it!

  • Will Lopes on November 17, 2020

    Or blanch the mint leaves before adding

  • Esther Choe on March 31, 2021

    As always, thank you very much!

  • matthewheathcock on April 1, 2021

    6:55 this is a family channel lol 😂

  • FaustinaR on April 1, 2021

    I'm glad this came through my feed. Right on time for Easter Sunday👍

  • Baron Clime on April 1, 2021

    Lamb is a bit of a pain to get here but I may try this with some pork.

  • Eddie Gooden on April 2, 2021

    The cook on that lamb is absolutely perfect.

  • bruce windell on April 3, 2021

    Another winning recipe

  • Jani. Y. on April 3, 2021

    Nice new receipt for rack of lamb! Add strawberry mint sauce, a new creation? The rack of lamb price is expensive now, have to find it somehow though. Are the other parts of the meat working? 😋😍 Haha..Leg of lamb? 🤣

  • rassta baboul on April 4, 2021

    Don't eat baby animals

  • Dominick Efrim on April 5, 2021

    I personally like the sauce a little more on the sweet side with the meat but great recipe.

  • ValentinesEve1996 on April 7, 2021

    This is a cool recipe

  • Raj Ibrahim on April 11, 2021

    Hey chef (or general public), what else do you think this strawberry/mint sauce could go with well?

  • Drico Irving on April 14, 2021

    Can't wait to try this!

  • Stan Edward on April 15, 2021

    When my wife and I have private time we put this video on and smile and smile and smile

  • galenrog on April 15, 2021

    Anyone who has to use mint sauce of any kind on lamb is simply hiding the flavor of inferior meat. I have had lamb at least 200 different ways in at least 20 different countries. By far, the worst meat has been those with mint and minty sauces, with most examples of those being from the US and UK. If the meat can not stand without the sauce, nothing will help it. Ditch the mint. Good lamb has an rich, earthy flavor. Embrace it. Don’t hide it.

  • LIANNE MIRAFUENTES on April 22, 2021

    Nosebleed ako nito 🤣

  • Tracy Cameron on April 25, 2021

    As a Christian easting Lamb on Easter Sunday just seems wrong 😦

  • Gary Miller on April 28, 2021

    I've come to terms that I'm not in to terms but then term limits do apply so, in terms of statute of limitations, terms may apply

  • K T on May 2, 2021

    I couldn’t enjoy eating it because it’s clearly raw and needs to be cooked longer. You minus well go to a farm grab a lamb and bite into the poor animal. Because that’s basically what this is.

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