LAMB RIBS (BREAST)
LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-08-2011 02:15 AM


Junior Low-Carber


lamb's breast is a lot like ribs.. and can be acquired very cheaply.. it's a nice a fatty cut..

So grass fed lamb breast from austrailia at WALMART is less than $2 per lb...

here is a perfect way to prepare it

1 part salt
3/4 part pepper
1 part cinnamon
1/2 part nutmeg

Combine spices, and rub on the ribs.. let sit for a while or cook immediately..

cook on the stove top in some nutrient dense butter for some color

and then roast slow in the oven.. about 250-300 for about an hour or so..

I loved this recipe... lamb's breast are a great secret, and if you make them right.. people will think you are soo gourmet.
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-10-2011 11:58 PM


Expert Low-Carber


Wow, you can get grass-fed lamb at Walmart? I've always been pretty averse to Walmart, but I may have to go check this out!
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-11-2011 12:03 PM


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I don't think that I've ever seen any meat that cheap at my Walmart, not even ground beef or turkey is that cheap. I don't usually buy meat at Walmart because it's so overpriced there. I'm not sure if I've looked at lamb though.

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RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-11-2011 12:28 PM


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Is Lamb maybe less expensive in Australia than the U.S.?

Kathy in Texas
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RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-11-2011 01:15 PM


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It probably is since they eat more lamb there than we do here. However, by the time they ship it to the US, it's not going to be so cheap.

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RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-11-2011 02:06 PM


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It probably is since they eat more lamb there than we do here. However, by the time they ship it to the US, it's not going to be so cheap.
Good point ... and I like mine with Mint Jelly too. Sure wish they sold that in a sugar free one.

Kathy in Texas
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RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-11-2011 03:09 PM


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It probably is since they eat more lamb there than we do here. However, by the time they ship it to the US, it's not going to be so cheap.
Good point ... and I like mine with Mint Jelly too. Sure wish they sold that in a sugar free one.
I've never actually tried lamb with mint jelly even though that's a popular way to serve it.

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RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-25-2011 08:21 PM


Junior Low-Carber


It's because of the cut.. that's why it's cheap.

For some reason, no one eats lamb ribs.

because of the high fat content?? They are actually really fatty, and perfect for this type of diet..
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-26-2011 01:51 AM


Senior Low-Carber


Now, that sounds delicious for breakfast! Thanks, Morgano





Dana AKA Deedee
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 04-26-2011 10:47 PM


Expert Low-Carber


wow this is such a good idea, I wonder if it could be made in the crock pot, starting to really love mine. I will be on the look out for them at Walmart, but I know they are very cheap at Food Lion, I don't buy meat at Walmart seems to have added sodium. Thanks for the recipe Morgana




Nancy
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 12-14-2012 03:19 PM


Newbie Low-Carber


All lamb is pasture/grass raised. Read that they cant be raised in a feed lot. Just bought breast/ribs from Walmart. 1.97lb. US raised. Cook like beef short ribs.
RE: LAMB RIBS (BREAST) , 12-28-2012 01:12 PM


Junior Low-Carber



Afraid thats not true Omnivorrw. Lamb is anything under 12 mos (some push that age limit) and some are raised in feed lots. However, they don't have to be raised in feed lots to be fed grain either.

Check in your local papers for lamb raised in your area. You can get a whole lamb processed the way you want and usually at a reasonable price. Pretty nice to be able to have meat that you know where it came from and how it was raised and processed.