I went creative with this one, based on what I have in my fridge. We didnt have any spring onion or oregano around (both our herb plants died when our garden was flooded), and replaced them with leek, parsley, chopped almond and alittle chopped garlic! It was so yummy with a mediterranean flavour. The chopped almond gave it a complementary crunch which we really enjoyed. My husband is full of praises for this one and we paired it with simple tomato and red onion silvers salsa with a dash of lime juice, that went beautifully with the lamb. Thanks for the wonderful recipe!
I made this for Sunday brunch today using lamb chops, I really wanted to use lamb steaks but they were not available at all, everything about this recipe is wonderful and I wouldn't change a thing, thank you for sharing Karen, this was made for Kk's Greek tag game
Deliciously refreshing. The flavors of the cheese topping go great with the lamb. I didn`t use the pita. Made for ZWT6 Thanks Karen for the good eats.
Ohhhh! My husband decided to cook dinner for the first time ever (his only past endevors being chicken wings and baked beans lol) and he chose this. It was soooo delicious, and simple enough to prepare. The flavors meld together like flavor-magic, and serving it all atop pita bread was genius, because it sopped up all the leftover mash and lamb juices. YUM! Thank you!
All my favorite ingredients went a long way making this! I loved the mix of flavors and we enjoyed it to the max!
We loved this! I used lamb chops instead of the steaks. The mash is very flavourful and loved the texture. Looks lovely on the plate. DH hummed through his dinner. I made the mash ahead of time and let it sit in the fridge to blend the flavours. Thank you FT for sharing this wonderful recipe that will be made again.!