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Lamb ribs with mustard and honey, prepared with the help of the FoodSaver marinade

Lamb ribs with mustard and honey, prepared with the help of the FoodSaver marinade

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We portion the lamb ribs in such a way that each portion contains two vertebrae.

We prepare marinade.

We clean the garlic, we grind it in a mortar together with salt, pepper and grated ginger and we get a paste that we mix with the mustard.

With this pasta we will massage the meat from the lamb ribs and let them rest for a few minutes, then we place them in the FoodSaver marinade casserole and we add the beer over them, broken basil leaves and a bay leaf.

Close the pan with the lid provided and switch the knob to the vacuum position.

We connect the casserole to the Food Saver vacuum cleaner and vacuum two or even three times, for a better result.

We disconnect the casserole from the Food Saver, switch the button to the closed position and put the casserole in the fridge for an hour.

After this interval, remove the lamb ribs from the casserole and transfer them to a baking tray, greased with oil.

Between the ribs, we place slices of potatoes massaged with a little butter and seasoned with salt and pepper, as well as rosemary and cherry tomato sprigs with bunches.

Put the tray in the oven for 40-45 minutes, or until both the ribs and the potatoes are well browned.

Along the way, we turn the ribs from side to side and sprinkle them with a little marinade.

After extinguishing the fire, grease the ribs with a little honey, using a brush and sprinkle the smoked paprika over them.

We leave them in the oven so greased, with the fire off, 5-6 minutes, then we serve them with great appetite.

They are delicious in this combination and are served especially with mustard.

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