Lamb Steaks With Moroccan Spiced Rice Recipe

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Try these lamb steaks with a Moroccan flavour.

Cuisine: Moroccan
Recipe Type: Main Dish
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
Level: Easy
Serves: 2, Easily doubled
Source: Good Food magazine, March 2006.

Ingredients

100g basmati rice
½ stock cube or 1 tsp stock powder
4-6 lamb chops, depending on size, or 2 lamb leg steaks
1 tbsp olive oil
1 onion , chopped
1 garlic clove , chopped
1 tbsp pine nuts
1 tsp each ground cumin and coriander
4 dried apricots , chopped
chopped parsley or coriander
1 lemon , cut into wedges

Method

Put the rice in a pan with water to generously cover, and add the stock cube or powder. Bring to the boil, then simmer for 10-12 mins, until the rice is tender. Drain well.

Heat the grill and season the steaks or chops. Grill for 3-4 mins on each side until cooked to your liking.

Meanwhile, heat the oil in a pan, add the onion and fry gently for 5 mins until lightly coloured. Add the garlic and pine nuts, then fry until the nuts are lightly toasted. Stir in the spices, then add the apricots and rice and mix well, heating everything through. Stir through the parsley or coriander and serve with the steaks or chops, adding the lemon wedges for squeezing over.

Try

Making it veggie

Instead of the lamb, thickly slice 200g halloumi and fry quickly in a little olive oil until browned.

Nutrition per serving

635 kcalories, protein 37g, carbohydrate 56g, fat 31 g, saturated fat 11g, fibre 3g, sugar 12g, salt 1.3 g

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