In a small bowl, whisk together the onion, garlic, allspice, thyme, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, lime juice, soy sauce, and olive oil to make a marinade. Rub the marinade all over the lamb ribs, cover, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.
Preheat your braai to medium-high heat. Remove the lamb ribs from the marinade and season with salt and black pepper.
Place the lamb ribs on the braai and cook for about 5-7 minutes per side, or until browned and crispy on the outside.
In a small bowl, whisk together the brown sugar, honey, soy sauce, olive oil, and hot sauce to make a glaze.
Brush the glaze all over the lamb ribs and continue to cook for an additional 5-7 minutes per side, or until the ribs are cooked to your desired level of doneness.
Serve the Jamaican-style braaied lamb ribs hot and enjoy with your favorite sides!
In a small bowl, whisk together the lime juice, orange zest, cumin, smoked paprika, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, black pepper, and olive oil to make a marinade. Rub the marinade all over the lamb ribs, cover, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.
Prepare a braai for indirect cooking by banking up the coals on one side so that there is a hot side and a cooler side.
Place the lamb ribs on the cooler side of the braai with the bone side down. Cover with a lid and adjust the air flow to 1/4 open at the base and leave a small crack (2mm) in the vent holes on the lid. This will ensure the coals burn slowly and evenly. Braai for 2-3 hours, turning every 30 minutes, until the ribs are tender and the meat is falling off the bone.
While the ribs are cooking, make the mojo sauce. In a small bowl, whisk together the lime juice, orange juice, garlic, cumin, oregano, olive oil, salt, and black pepper.
Serve the braaied lamb ribs with the mojo sauce on the side. Enjoy!
In a small bowl, mix together the cumin, coriander, cinnamon, paprika, saffron, salt, garlic, preserved lemon, and olive oil to make a paste. Rub the paste over the lamb breasts, cover, and refrigerate for at least 4 hours or overnight.
Prepare a grill with a lid for indirect cooking by banking up the coals on one side so that there is a hot side and a cooler side.
Put the lamb breast skin-side down on the cooler side of the grill and put the lid on. Set the air flow to 1/4 open at the base and leave a small crack (2mm) in the vent holes on the lid. This will ensure the coals burn slowly and evenly. Cook for 3 hours, turning every 45 minutes, until the meat has shrunk away from the bones, is tender and the skin is crisp.
While the lamb is cooking, prepare the couscous. In a medium bowl, combine the couscous, boiling water, and olive oil. Cover and let sit for 5-10 minutes, or until the couscous has absorbed all the water. Fluff the couscous with a fork and stir in the raisins, almonds, parsley, and cilantro.
To make the harissa sauce, mix together the mayonnaise, harissa paste, honey, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a small bowl. Adjust the seasoning to taste.
To serve, slice the lamb breast following the rib bones and serve with the couscous and harissa sauce. Garnish with fresh cilantro and lemon wedges, if desired. Enjoy the delicious flavors of Moroccan cuisine!
Use a spice grinder or mortar and pestle to grind the coriander seeds, fennel seeds and cumin seeds to a fine powder. Transfer to a small bowl with the paprika, cayenne pepper and 1 tbs salt. Stir to combine.
Separate the lamb ribs and pat dry with paper towel. Brush all over with the oil. Sprinkle the spice mixture evenly over both sides of the lamb.
Place lamb on a large heavy rimmed baking tray. Cover tray tightly with foil. Place on braai and cover for 2 hours or until the lamb is tender.
Meanwhile, to make the yoghurt sauce, in a small bowl whisk the yoghurt, oil, chilli, parsley, tarragon and rosemary with ½ tsp lemon rind and 1 tbs lemon juice until well combined. Season with salt and pepper.
Prepare a braai for medium-high heat. Remove lamb from pan, discarding excess fat and pan juices. Barbecue the lamb for 2 mins each side or until caramelised. Transfer to a large serving platter and serve with the yoghurt sauce.
Place the lamb racks on a large tray or dish, and season well with salt and pepper on both sides. Drizzle well with olive oil to coat, also on both sides.
Roughly chop 6 sprigs of Rosemary, setting the other two aside. Sprinkle the rosemary and garlic all over the racks, then cover them and place in the fridge overnight.
Prepare a braai for two-zone cooking (see link above for instructions). Take racks out of fridge, and brush off the majority of the chopped rosemary and garlic.
Place the lamb racks on the indirect side, and braai for 20 minutes, then flip and braai the other side for 20 minutes, have the lid closed for both cooks.
Stoke the coals then throw the remaining rosemary sprigs directly on them, they will create 2-3 minutes of great rosemary-scented smoke (if you’re using gas, omit the burning rosemary and just turn the gas to highest setting). Immediately place the ribs over the direct heat, and sear for 4-6 minutes per side, until a nice char has developed.
Remove the racks from the braai, and place under foil to rest for 10 minutes. Then slice, serve and eat immediately.