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As the weather cools, don’t we all just want a warm plate of food to fill our bellies? It’s usually past sundown when many of us are getting to dinner. Don’t you just want something tasty and hearty, that doesn’t require hours standing over a stove? I completely get you. I think you’ll find the recipe very simple yet the flavors would fool you into thinking that these ribs cooked for hours
The meat on these garlic lamb riblets are fall-off-the-bone succulent. I mean, if you ate these blindfolded and someone was feeding you bites, you might think this was a $50 steak at a five-star restaurant. They’re that good.
I’m new to cooking lamb, but I bought these grass-fed lamb riblets from Whole Foods on a whim. I decided simple was best, so I went with my favorite flavors. Garlic, sea salt, olive oil, onion powder, and paprika. I love dry seasonings.
I was really lucky to score grass-fed lamb riblets because there was plenty of decadent, healthy fat on them. Toxins are stored in fat in animals (including in humans) and that’s why high-quality meat is especially important when eating fattier cuts.
Garlic Lamb Riblets (Paleo, Whole30) – girlinhealing.com
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- In a baking dish or sheet pan arrange the ribs and season with all of the ingredients. Use your hands to cover all of the meat.
- Roast for 45 minutes (give or take 5-10 minutes, depending on how meaty the ribs are).
Can you go wrong with garlic on anything? I think not.
Have you cooked lamb before? Whether you have or not, I am confident you will think this recipe is tasty! Let me know how you like to prepare lamb!