Moroccan Lamb Steaks and Book Review

It is so exciting and I am honored to be part of this book tour to have experienced and recreate a fabulous recipe from a boholicious cook, friend, author, school psychologist, wife, mother,  grandmother, business woman and  chef who has debuted her first exotic world travel cookbook  +ally phillips  from  Ally's Kitchen. I have this great opportunity to have been sent a copy of this wonderful cookbook and review it. She makes all these recipes in her book from her experiences traveling all over the world and it is over the top fabulous you will treasure this one and a must have.  I would love all my readers to check out all the great recipes from her culinary journey to recreate the authentic foods in her new book which includes this one for Moroccan leg of lamb.  Lamb is a favorite of mine and this marinade is over the top fabulous and I know you will love the flavors! She will make her passion contagious to want to cook from the heart as she has and with ease from her exotic travels as she makes you feel all her love for cooking in this fabulous book!

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 Ally's Kitchen

Moroccan Lamb Steaks ( slightly adapted from Ally's Kitchen Cookbook pg. 127) 

Moroccan Lamb Steaks and Book Review

6 to 8 leg of lamb steaks ( have the butcher slice them for you)
1 tablespoon lemon pepper
1 tablespoon mint
1 tablespoon cumin
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon basil
1/2 teaspoon red chili pepper
1 teaspoon sea salt
2/3 cup olive oil 
4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon prepared mustard stone ground
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1/4 cup pepper jelly
1 zest and juice of 1 lemon

Place all ingredients in a large bowl (except lamb) and whisk together. Add the lamb piercing it with a fork to soak in the marinade. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour or overnight. These can be baked with marinade in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for around 35 to 40  minutes or grilled outdoors until the desired doneness. 

Outstanding recipe a keeper for sure!  Enjoy! 

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Angie Schneider said...

This is the time that I wish I ate lamb! They look very juicy and tender.

Kim Bultman said...

Claudia, I love how you "boho'd" Ally's recipe using lamb steaks... a creative way to enjoy that Moroccan marinade in every bite! I agree with your earlier commenter, too -- they look very juicy and tender. Thanks so much for your tasty review!

Ally said...

Claudia! These lamb steaks look so so so succulent! And, I love how you boho'd w/your spin using steaks and having the butcher cut them for you. I imagine they were very tender!! Your review just makes me happy...of course, you do that every single day in our cyberspace're one shining foodie star! xox Thankyou thank you~~ hugs, love & namaste ~ally

Sheri said...

I have some lamb in the freezer - I can't wait to try this recipe!

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies said...

I have had lamb very few times in my life, but this recipe is sure to inspire me to have it in my kitchen more often!

Alicia said...

Sounds like an interesting cookbook. I'm a Spice Girl and I love trying different spices in different ways so I would really love to win this book!