One of the first dishes that comes to mind when planning a celebration dinner should be a succulent Cannabis Herb-Marinated Rack of Lamb. It’s relatively easy to prepare, looks extremely impressive, and tastes delicious.
Lamb is richer than chicken or pork, more tender and juicy than beef, and more delicate than other red meats. Thusly, lamb is easier to digest. Lamb also sits high on the nutritional scale dues to its rich vitamin and mineral content.
We’re confident that our Cannadish Rack of Lamb will make you a fan! Serve with garlic mashed potatoes and a variety of colourful steamed veggies.
Some will say the strong aroma of lamb is off-putting. If this is a concern, trim as much of the fat as you can before cooking. Grass fed New Zealand land is most commonly found in our North American stores. It is renowned for its milder flavour.
Tip: Trimming the end of the rib bone is an important step. It elevates the overall presentation and if you’re so inclined, gives you something to hold onto. Wrap the exposed bones individually with pieces of tin foil before placing in the oven. This not only keeps the bones from charring, they’ll be much cleaner and easier to hold.
Cannabis oil may act as a humectant. This means that it can potentially lock in moisture. Adding this weed oil to our lamb rack will potentially keep the dish juicy, while adding the unique properties of the cannabis plant.
It is possible to use either a THC oil or CBD oil for your Cannabis Herb-Marinated Rack of Lamb. This depends on the overall goal of your weed infused meal. If you’re looking to elevate, select a THC cooking oil. If you’re looking to access cannabis without the psychoactive properties, choose a CBD infused oil.
If you’re hosting a dinner party, or enjoying a decadent meal to yourself, follow the recipe below.
Be sure to explore our unique sides like Cannabis Mash Potatoes, or Weed Infused Roasted Brussels sprouts.
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