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'''<span class="reviewTitle">Love lamb fillet!</span>'''
<span style="line-height:180%"><span style="font-size:180%;"><span class="reviewScore">5</span>/5 </span> <span class="reviewDesc">Yummy! 🌿 🌿 🌿 🐏 🍊🍊🍊</span> <span class="reviewAuthor"> [[User:TheJudge|The Judge]] </span></span>
|DatePublished=23rd September 2016
|DatePublished=23rd September 2016

Latest revision as of 17:10, 2 December 2020


Recipe review

Love lamb fillet!

5/5 Yummy! 🌿 🌿 🌿 🐏 🍊🍊🍊 The Judge

Mint and orange lamb fillet
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This may look a little dry but it was not!
Servings:Serves 2
Calories per serving:622
Ready in:35 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:25 minutes
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:23rd September 2016
The basic, and very simple ingredients

Mint and lamb go really well together, as does orange and lamb, so I thought I would try them both together in the same recipe.


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  1. Add a good pinch of black pepper to a wok or large frying pan, add 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  2. Add the chopped red onion and the lamb steaks and brown the lamb fillets, turning often.
  3. Once the steaks are browned the onions should have also taken some of the colour
  4. Turn the pan down and add the chopped red peppers and olives
  5. Add the chopped orange segments and orange zest, together with a splash of lemon juice
  6. Stir well and simmer gently for about 5 minutes
  7. Stir in the chopped mint and simmer for a further 5 minutes
  8. Taste for seasoning and serve

Serving suggestions

Serve with roast potatoes and minted peas

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