I know of some who tend to stay away from eating lamb because of its game taste but with our recipe, you don’t have to worry about this because we used ginger and garlic to mellow the taste down to its minimum.
Thanks to our friends from Pure South who gave us a rack of lamb, we made Korean style Lamb Rack for dinner last week. Wow, so yummy and so tender! If you’re shopping for raw lamb rack to cook at home, please go for good quality ones because quality meat really make a whole lot of difference.
Pure South is a brand under the Alliance Group which began as a group of farmers in 1948 and is now a world leader in lamb, beef and venison production and distribution, delivering quality products to over 65 countries. Based in Invercargill, New Zealand, Alliance Group is owned by more than 5,000 farmer shareholders and has eight processing plants spread across the South and lower North Island. Approximately 7 million lamb and sheep, 210,000 cattle and 145,000 deer are processed annually. Alliance Group meats are exported and marketed globally under two brands: Pure South and Ashley. Pure South lamb is indeed a cut above the rest. Their grass-fed lamb contains essential nutrients that contribute to a healthy, balanced diet. Be sure to look out for Pure South products the next time you’re shopping for meat in your local supermarkets.
Here’s how we prepared this yummy Lamb Rack at home: https://youtu.be/rXZqfBWfvGI
Hope you can recreate this yummy dish in the comfort of your home.
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– First up, let’s marinate the lamb rack with these ingredients;
1kg rack of lamb
1 tablespoon of grounded black pepper
2 tablespoons of light soy sauce
2 tablespoons of gojujiang or gochujang (Korean red chilli paste)
1 thumb size ginger – grated
1 teaspoon of salt
2 tablespoons of sesame seed oil
2 tablespoons of mirin
4 cloves of garlic – grated
– Place marinated lamb rack in a closed container and leave the meat in the fridge to marinate overnight.
– Next day, sear all sides of the lamb rack in a hot pan. Sear each side for about 10 – 20 seconds per side. Retain the leftover marinate from the lamb rack for later use. While you are searing the meat, heat your oven at 220*C for at least 20 – 30 minutes.
– Before placing the seared lamb rack in the oven, baste the meat with the balanced marinate.
– Bake the lamb racks at 220*C for 10 – 12 minutes. After 10 – 12 minutes, stick a meat thermometer into your meat to see if you have achieved your desired doneness of your meat. If you want your meat to be medium rare, go for about 55*C. For medium well, aim for 62*C.
– If you want your meat to be like ours (medium well), please further bake the meat for 10 minutes at 200*C.
– Once done, rest the meat for at least 10 minutes before cutting the rack up.
– To make sauce for your lamb rack, pour the balance marinate into a pot and add 1 cup of water. Add the following ingredients:
# 1 tablespoon of sesame seed oil
# 1 tablespoon of light soy sauce
# 1 tablespoon of gochujang
# 1 tablespoon of mirin
# 1 teaspoon of sugar
– Mix well and reduce sauce for at least 10 minutes.
– Pour the sauce over your lamb rack and serve.