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Fresh New Zealand Lamb Loin (2 loins per bag, priced per pound)

Item # 378981
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Model # PLU 15001 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Fresh whole lamb loins
  • 100% grass fed
  • GMO-free
  • 2 loins per bag
  • From New Zealand
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Description

Create a delicious meal using Fresh New Zealand Lamb Loins (2 Loins per Bag, Priced per Pound). You can cut this meat to make tender bone-in chops that are great for serving to family and friends.

What's A Lamb Loin?

The lamb loin is the section of meat that's behind the ribs of the animal that runs down the spine and towards the hindquarters. When removed with the bone attached, the cut is known as a saddle. The lamb loin is usually tender and a popular selection for roasts.

Why Use Fresh New Zealand Lamb Loins?

From 100-percent grass-fed lambs, Fresh New Zealand Lamb Loins are also GMO-free for an appetizing natural flavor. The animals were raised without antibiotics or hormones. In a convenient pack of two, this all-natural meat is great for grilling, pan-searing and more. Slice them into lamb chops and store in a freezer until you're ready to cook up a fulfilling dish.

Tasty Recipes

There are numerous ways to enjoy lamb loin.

  • Place meat into a Dutch oven and cover with olive oil, herbs, salt and pepper. Sear sides until brown on the stove-top, and then put into the oven until it's almost done. Allow the meat to rest for up to 30 minutes and serve
  • Season the lamb loin with salt and pepper. Pan-sear on two sides until browned. Allow to cool and cover with a mixture of panko, mustard and honey on the top of the meat. Place in the oven and roast
  • Cut the loin into chops and put them into a marinade made of lemon zest, fresh rosemary, minced garlic, kosher salt, olive oil and black pepper. Cover and refrigerate for an hour or even overnight. Pre-heat your grill and sear meat on both sides. Lower the temperature and allow to fully cook
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