|Sat Fat 5.7g||28%|
Preheat oven to 220°C/200°C fan. Boil potatoes in salted water, drain well and steam dry.
Add the boiled potatoes and asparagus to a lined baking tray. Mix the lemon zest, garlic, rosemary needles and olive oil together and pour over the baking tray. Season well and toss together. Set aside.
Oil and season the lamb before adding to a heavy non-stick frying pan. Turn up the heat and sear/fry the meat for 30 seconds each side. Then, add the meat to the baking tray with the potatoes and asparagus and place in the oven for 15 minutes.
Remove from oven and serve while hot.
TIP If you like your lamb very rare you can pan fry the meat in the pan for 3 minutes each side and cook the veg separately.
250g salad potatoes (such as Charlotte), cut into 2cm pieces
1 lemon, peeled
1tbsp olive oil
1 clove garlic, thinly sliced
1 sprig rosemary, needles removed (i.e. not stem)
250g asparagus spears, woody ends removed or green beans
2 lamb steaks
Perfect for summer, this combines sweet and savoury into a tasty salad that will sit well on any BBQ table!
Sticky salmon topped potato noodles with pak choi
Why not create healthier noodles by spiralising potatoes. Not only does it make the potato quicker to cook but also adds a fun twist to your dish. Packed full of favours, the salmon is cooked in a delightful combination of garlic and ginger before having a delicious sticky sauce drizzled all over.
“This makes a great meal for kids, the asparagus spears are fantastic finger food for them to pop their eggs with, they’ll love the potato of course and it’s a good way to introduce a different way to eat a baked potato."
Lamb and orange isn't necessarily the first combination that 'springs' to mind, but trust us - this one works!
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