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Grilled lamb tacos with sour cream
Grilled lamb tacos with sour cream
Mexican
Small plate
45 mins
Lamb
Easy
Serves
4 to 6 tacos

If you’re not eating tacos today then 😑. If you are, here’s a recipe: Grilled lamb taco, sour cream, flour tortilla, x ni pek and salted cabbage.

Recipe courtesy of
@nud_breddostacos
Ingredients
  • 300g lamb loin or neck fillet

A teaspoon of each:

  • Toasted coriander seed, toasted cumin seed, miso
  • Pinch of salt
  • 5 anchovies in oil (and some of their oil)
  • 1 red chilli - dried or fresh
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 2 black garlic cloves (if available)
  • 2 bay leaves
  • Splash of fish sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of oil
  • Splash of sherry vinegar
  • A few sprigs of thyme or sage leaves
Method
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Method
  1. Pound the above into a paste (or blend) and marinate the lamb for a few hours.
  2. Make the flour tortillas as per recipe (on this site) or use store bought
  3. Cook lamb to medium rare over coal or in a pan (around 6-8 mins depending on the thickness of your cut)
  4. Rest lamb, slice, serve with sour cream, pink pickled onions (see below), salted white cabbage and garnish with herbs.
  5. Also great with a dash of chiu chow chile oil.

Pink pickled onions

  1. Julienne red onions
  2. Pour boiling water over
  3. Leave for 30 mins, drain
  4. Add vinegar or lime juice (enough to coat)
  5. Add diced chile (we use habanero/scotch bonnet) & pinch of salt & chopped coriander

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