This Leg of Lamb recipe is phenomenal and I’m not just saying that. It’s got all of the flare and Sweet flavor that any Lamb recipe should have. It’s succulent, tender and it’s got a nice caramelized glaze that just can’t be denied. Some could argue that it’s Asian influence makes this a Hawaiian recipe but I didn’t consult any Asian or Hawaiian recipes before I put this together. Though, I do have plenty of experience with the majority of these ingredients, the variety, I think will shock you.
4 to 6 lbs Leg of Lamb
The secret to a great leg of lamb lies in the combination of a balanced flavor with a tender, slow and low roast. How is this achieved? Well, I’ve learned that beef is generally more pleasant to eat because of the saturated fats. Lamb, however, has unsaturated fats that oxidize, giving it a stronger gamy taste that can tend to be a bit overwhelming. Mustard and Vinegar can be applied to neutralize the process and minimize the unpleasant taste. In this recipe, I’ve chosen to use Wasabi and it really does the trick. And, you don’t have to be afraid of using it either. Wasabi has a mixture of cabbages, horseradish and mustard that really evens out the flavor and there’s no unbearable heat either. In fact there is no spiciness left in the meat, whatsoever. And after the Sweet Chili Glaze caramelizes, you’ve got yourself one helluva Leg of Lamb!
This Texas Style Beef Brisket is a winner. It’s a one in a million recipe that’s just going to knock your socks off and impress anyone you’ve invited over for dinner or Football Sunday. It’s got just the right spice and it is balanced so beautifully. And, believe it or not, you don’t even need a smoker to pull this off, either. I show you how to make this Brisket in just 7 hours of roast time, in your oven no less, and you’re going to be absolutely amazed with the results because it’s juicy, tender and packed with more flavor than your pallet can handle.
Beef Brisket Bark
These days, It’s all about the “Bark!” A great Beef Brisket usually has that tender and juicy middle with a nice black bark tone to the outside. Well, in order to achieve that color, it has to be smoked. It’s just a natural part of the process but the problem is, I don’t own a smoker and a lot of you folks don’t either. So a great alternative is using Smoked Paprika in the rub. Doing that can help you achieve the same great taste but in a conventional oven. And the best part is you will get a fantastic red toned bark that looks phenomenal. So trust me when I say that this Texas Style Beef Brisket will win you and anyone over if you follow my instructions in the video below. I mean, just look at this Brisket SQUISH!
Here’s a Roast Duck recipe that I would highly recommend. It’s very easy to prepare and the taste is out of this world. I stuff the duck with a wonderful array of aromatic flavors that completely permeates the breast from the inside out when it marinates and bakes and I Salt the outside with Kosher and Smoked Paprika, leaving you with an irresistible taste and an unforgettable experience.