How to Roast Rack of Lamb
The following tips for roasting rack of lamb are based on two 6-rib racks of lamb loin chops, 21/2 to 3 pounds.
- Trim fat from racks of lamb with chef's knife on cutting board.
Trim fat from racks of lamb.
- Spread mustard evenly over meaty side of lamb with thin spatula. Pat a mixture of breadcrumbs and herbs evenly over mustard.
Pat breadcrumb mixture over mustard.
- Place lamb racks, crumb sides up, on rack in shallow roasting pan. Roast in oven about 30 minutes or until instant-read thermometer inserted into lamb, but not touching bone, registers 135°F for rare, or to desired doneness.
- Place lamb on carving board. Slice between ribs into individual chops with large carving knife.
Slice between ribs.
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