Share this page

Monday 26th September 2016

Bring the flavours of your holiday home with Welsh Lamb

Whilst September may mark the end of summer, you can keep the post-holiday blues at bay by recreating the flavours of your holiday at home! Bring the sunshine back home with you by trying these different Welsh Lamb recipes from all round the world.

1. Welsh Lamb and feta burgers

Lamb and Feta Burgers.jpg

Add an extra tasty twist to your burger by adding crumbled Feta into the mix. This traditional Greek cheese made from sheep’s milk is deliciously creamy. Serve on toasted ciabatta bread with a side dish of olives to transport your tastebuds back to the mediterranean!

2. Harissa Welsh Lamb koftas

Harissa Welsh Lamb Koftas.jpg

If you like some heat in what you eat, try these Welsh Lamb koftas with a squeeze of harissa — a hot chilli pepper paste perfect for adding subtle spice. Make a delicious side salad with sundried tomato, oregano, feta cheese and fresh parsley, and serve with hot toasted pitta breads to complete this Greek dish.

3. Manchego cheese Welsh Lamb cutlets


Manchego is a cheese made in the La Mancha region of Spain, from the milk of sheep of the manchega breed. Buttery and delicious, the manchego melts perfectly into the Welsh Lamb cutlets wrapped in Pancetta. Stuff a dollop of chutney in with the cheese for the perfect flavour combination.

4. Welsh Lamb mince ravioli with herb butter

Lamb Mince Ravioli with herb butter.jpg

Making pasta from scratch may be more time consuming, but your taste buds will thank you for putting in the extra effort! You can use a pasta rolling machine to make the ravioli sheets extra thin, but a rolling pin will work just as well. Add a pinch of nutmeg to your filling to spice up the traditional spinach and ricotta flavour combination, then serve with melted butter and mint drizzled over the ravioli.

5. French Welsh Lamb leg steak au poivre


Recreate the romance of Paris, or the sunshine of southern France in your own home with this delicious French dish. Steak ‘au poivre’, or pepper steak, is a simple dish and the classic sauce is easier to make than you may think, with just peppercorns, red wine and double cream as ingredients.

Related posts

With the summer BBQ season on the horizon we recently teamed up with MasterChef star Imran Nathoo.
We know that many consumers love the taste of Welsh red meat, but are worried that it’s not ‘healthy’.
Sign up to our newsletter to be entered into our prize draw.
To get a sense of the love and passion that goes into producing PGI Welsh Lamb and Welsh Beef, we visited Katie Davies at her hill farm in Nantymoel to learn more about what farming means to her.