(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Souvlaki Lamb Kabobs - Spiked with Greek flavours, this spiralized salad is a fun and healthy side dish for classic souvlaki.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Taste of India Lamb Kabobs - This everyday skillet supper is simple to prepare. Topped with ready-to-grill kabobs, this homemade meal can be prepared even faster then calling for take-out.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Seasoned Lamb for Shepherd's Pie - With bacon and Cheddar cheese, this lamb shepherd’s pie is pure comfort food.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Our Favourite Seasoned Lamb - A Canadian East Coast favourite, this pita sandwich is made with a sweet garlic sauce that will have you licking your fingers.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Merguez Lamb Sausage - Charmoula is a Moroccan herb marinade that really livens up the sweet potatoes. It’s a terrific side dish for the spiced-up Merguez sausage.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Mild Italian Lamb Sausage - Rapini and garlic pair nicely with the mild Italian lamb sausage in this classic Italian pasta dish.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Mediterranean-style Lamb Meatballs - A fun take on classic Caprese flavours, these skewers make for a satisfying appetizer.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Italian-style Lamb Meatballs - Baked in the oven to brown, these tender crowd-pleasing meatballs are cooked in a savoury tomato sauce with lots of fresh basil. You might want to make a double batch for leftovers!
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Prairie Lamb Burger - These deluxe burgers are perfect for quick and easy summer dinners. The caramelized onions are cooked in foil packets on the grill for a simple burger topping.
(with VIDEO) Featuring SunGold's Our Favourite Lamb Burger - Loaded with flavour, this gourmet lamb burger will be a hit at any barbecue party.
(with VIDEO) Serve this impressive lamb main dish when entertaining; it can be made a day in advance and reheated. It also delivers restaurant style with minimum effort.
(with VIDEO) Serve one or two of these delicious little chops for a satisfying appetizer or three to four as a main dish. The fresh and lively pesto is like a taste of spring.
(with VIDEO) This savoury butter is a great make-ahead to keep in the fridge or freezer. It’s a quick and easy way to boost the flavour of grilled or roasted lamb chops or steaks.
(with VIDEO) Serve this tasty stuffed lamb for any holiday and win rave reviews from family and friends.
(with VIDEO) These meat-lovers tacos are sweet and spicy. Served with a lime- spiked sour cream, they make a decadent main dish or appetizer.
(with VIDEO) Marinated in bold Italian herbs and spices, this lamb porchetta is great served in sandwiches.
(with VIDEO) These cowboy-style ribs make a nice alternative to pork ribs – and they are addictively good.
(with VIDEO) Comfort food at its best, this slow-cooked roast makes a delicious Sunday family dinner.
(with VIDEO) Served with a quick pan sauce, this elegant lamb main dish is perfect for special occasions.
(with VIDEO) A rack of lamb is always a showstopper at any dinner. Encrusted with Mediterranean flavours, this lamb tastes even better than it looks!
This fresh bbq sauce has a bit more acidity which compliments the juicy smokiness of barbecued lamb particularly well. Whether you prefer leg steaks, lamb sirloin or chops, grill to desired doneness and serve with baked potatoes, corn and beans for a western feast.
There are oodles of recipes that call for a combination of traditional Greek seasonings for lamb. For naturally tender cuts such as, lamb leg, leg or loin chops, sirloin or rack roasts, this is a flavourful marinade, and has been family approved.
Follow the directions for indirect BBQ cooking for a unique presentation for thick lamb sirloins. A savoury top crust of herb pesto matches perfectly succulent medium rare lamb touched by the smoked grill flavour. Alternately steaks can be roasted (not broiled) in a hot oven.
Curries are a mixture of spices, and the mixtures vary widely, according to region, cook and cooking style. This recipe uses easy to access spices, and a moderate “hand” – increase the intensity of the flavours by adding “just a little bit more” of each. The canned fruit adds a refreshing sweetness, saffron adds colour and subtle flavour, and can be omitted if desired.
Always fabulously tender, Sungold Alberta lamb is a flavourful and memorable alternative to the seasonal turkey and beef roasts. Add favourite holiday vegetables such as Brussels Sprouts and little potatoes to roast along side during the last 30 minutes of cooking time.
A quick stew when made with tender leg or sirloin lamb cubes is packed with nutrients and mellowed by butternut squash and aromatic spicing.
Slow cooked lamb shanks, in a rich herbed tomato sauce are delicious and comforting over gnocchi or large egg noodles. Add a salad of mixed greens, for a cosy dinner.
Trimmed, Frenched rack lamb chops, flavour infused and quickly grilled make an impressive appetizer or first course of a special dinner.
Simple, smoky and spicy is the perfect seasoning for BBQ or grilled lamb. Lamb loin chops are thick and juicy, leg steaks and lamb sirloin would also be equally delicious.
Moussaka takes time, and well worth the effort! Everything Moussaka has been combined into this full and satisfying casserole, layers of potato, zucchini, eggplant, an aromatic sauce with ground lamb all smothered in a cheesey béchamel sauce - yep, amazing!!
A rich bourguignon style sauce simmers lamb shanks with fresh herbs to tender perfection with earthy mushrooms and sweet pearl onions. Dining by candlelight highly recommended!
MMMM – finger licking, sticky ribs – lamb ribs are irresistably good in this Asian inspired BBQ sauce. On the cue or in the oven, plan on at least 375 – 500 g rack of ribs per person.
Straight up roasted lamb leg, cooked to medium rare with garlic and herbs is beautifully presented at the table, ready to carve. Serve with your favourite roasted vegetables and Brown Butter Rice spiked with dried apricots and toasted pecans.
A “Provencal Style” one dish meal, which also cooks nicely in a crock pot. Just add a crusty loaf for dinner, tonight.
A flavourful classic rack of lamb for a special dinner.
A festive combination, for any occasion. Fresh or frozen cranberries are readily available and the tart sweetness is a perfect partner for lamb.
Family style suppers are so easy with economical lamb shoulder chops, set on the stove, cover and simmer while everything else gets done. Ready when you are.
SUNGOLD Lamb leg stew is already tender and cut perfectly for kabobs. This versatile marinade adds flavour, try with lamb chops, roasts and racks of lamb as well.
A mildly seasoned meatloaf with a filling of feta cheese makes a simple meal something to look forward to.
Puff pastry tops this rich, saucy lamb pie. Make ahead and freeze ready to pop in the oven for a home cooked treat.
Any occasion is perfect for a roasted lamb leg, and will always be remembered as amazing!
Sliders, small burger bites, are terrific appetizers or serve 3 with different toppings for a unique twist on a burger meal. Bread crumbs and egg are not needed, the secret is just spices, no chunky bits in the mixture that might cause the cooked meat to fall apart.
Lamb meatballs are versatile, simply as is, or top with a favourite sauce, limited only by your imagination and what’s in the cupboard. Prepare a double or triple batch and freeze for flavourful meals in a jiffy, for one, or the whole gang.
Serve with a grated carrot salad, warm Naan and Raita (yogurt, cucumber and garlic dip) for a simple and unique dinner.
These 'Pub Style' dry ribs are incredible with moist meaty lamb ribs. The cooking method is key to attaining the salty, rosemary crunchy exterior, with the hot and juicy tender lamb.
Ask the butcher to remove the bone 'whole' leaving the leg uncut, with a pocket for stuffing. Or purchase a butterflied, leg bone removed, roast - not as neat, but equally good. A rich stuffing of mushroom, spinach and herbs compliments lamb, a beautiful flavour match, perfect for special occasions.
The 'Provencal' appears in the subtle combination of orange, fennel, herbs and lentils, all indicative of the region, with SUNGOLD LAMB being a favourite for dishes simple to the dramatic - this stew serves a bit of both!
A classic prairie winter stew. SunGold lamb, barley and white beans, simmered with carrots, parsnips, rutabaga and BEER! Satisfy the Canadian soul. Freezes well for quick fixes!
Long slow simmers are no secret to amazing tender lamb, eastern cultures have been slow cooking lamb for centuries with spices and fruit in hot clay pots, called Tajines. The crockpot is a terrific alternative. Substitute turmeric for the saffron, or use a little of both, for an aromatic perfect lamb dish... taste bud bliss alert.
Lamb shanks are tender and meaty when slow simmered in a rich Middle Eastern inspired broth of white wine, oranges, mellow fennel, and pungent spices. Couscous is perfect for soaking up the aromatic flavours.