Father’s Day is just a few sleeps away, and most likely you’ll already have his present sorted out.
If you still haven’t thought of a gift though, or are unsure about how he’ll react to receiving a pack of golf balls for the sixth year running, you can always wow him with a delicious organic meat dish for dinner.
The way to a man’s heart is most definitely through his stomach, and taking the time to prepare a grass-fed lamb meal will not only keep the whole family well-fed on Sunday evening, it will also keep dad happy with the reassurance that he is enjoying only the finest organic and additive-free meat.
Here are some of the best lamb cuts to go for, whether it’s a roast, stew or curry you’re whipping up.
Square Cut Shoulder
One of the most versatile cuts, the square cut shoulder can be used for practically any dish.
It’s one of the best to go for if you’re doing the classic roast, but you can also get creative and cut it further to put into stews.
The breast is one of the more inexpensive cuts due to the high fat content, but you can still get plenty out of it and create a range of dishes.
Slow cooking is the best way to go with the breast to really pack in the flavours, but you can also stuff it or even dice it for stews and curries.
The neck is another cut that is cheaper than others but still flavourful.
It also contains some of muscle and tissue – you use this to your advantage and use it for slow cooking, braising or in stews.