Tag: Jalapeño

Lamb with Parsley-Jalapeno Sauce

Lamb with Parsley-Jalapeno Sauce

When I prepared my Parsley-Jalapeno Jelly  a little while ago, I mentioned that I also planned to use it as a cookery ingredient as well as a condiment. This is one of the uses I came up with…

The meat here is stewing lamb and almost all the pieces you see contain bone (vertebra pieces, I would say), and so they can function a bit like riblets. I prepared mine by first baking them until nicely browned and then I cooked them again in a sauté pan with some shreds of onion. I seasoned with a little garlic salt and then, at the end, I stirred in a couple of tablespoons of my jelly along with just a tiny splash of sherry. The result was delicious and I ate it just as you see without any sides at all. It makes a nice Tapas style dish but it could also be the centerpiece for something with veggies and maybe fried potatoes.

Mint-Jalapeño Salsa

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I first put together the prototype of this sauce for use as a condiment with some grilled lamb skewers. I liked the result very much and, since making the first batch, I began to think of other ways it might be used. It is very simple to make as well as being versatile, so I thought I would share the basic recipe with you today… Continue reading “Mint-Jalapeño Salsa”