Our secret vault tips for good meat

Where's the lamb, people?! Roasted, grilled, braised... lamb is a very tender meat, it's rich in flavor, and can be prepared in many ways. Discover all our tips for showcasing it on the table for your Easter celebrations.

Grilled, roasted or braised, lamb can be cooked in many ways. Lamb chops or tenderloin can be pan-seared or grilled, while the rack and leg of lamb are perfect roasted. To maintain a tender and juicy texture, first sear your lamb at a high temperature: high heat for grilling at about 400 °F for roasting. To obtain rare to medium rare meat, continue the cooking at a lower temperature, a few minutes for smaller pieces and up to several hours for larger ones.

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