Traeger Recipe – For people who love BBQ, Traeger grill is the ultimate choice for outdoor cooking. This wood-fired grill originated multiple ways of cooking through a grill. Now, you can cook 6 ways with this grill from grill, smoke, bake, braise, roast, and BBQ. For that reason, people started to swarm the home depot shops and looking for Traeger grill. At the same time, they also wish to know at least one of Traeger recipe to master.
Thus, here we are going to recreate on the pistachio crusted lamb recipe. This one menu came from the Traeger recipe from its official website. For the side dish, we are also going to use vegetables such as carrots and potatoes. Also, since we are going to cook meat, make sure you have a meat thermometer at hand to check your meat later.
- 2 racks lamb ribs
- 1 tsp herbs de Provence
- 2/3 cups pistachio
- 1 tbsp vegetable oil
- 2 tbsp dry bread crumbs
- 3 tbsp Dijon mustard
- 1 tbsp butter (melted)
- 450 gram Fingerling Potato Medley
- 1 bunch tri colored carrots
- 1 clove garlic
- 2 tsp fresh thyme
- Olive oil
- Kosher Salt
- Ground black pepper
- Olive oil
- Before starting, mince the garlic and thyme. Then, finely chop pistachio. Set them aside.
- Then, prepare for the Traeger grill on Smoke mode with open and wait for 4 to 5 minute until the fire established. Once the fire established, set the grill on High temperature then preheat for 10 until 15 minutes with closed lid.
- Afterwards, prepare for the lamb and make sure to dry it with paper towels. Then, season them with salt, pepper, and herbs de Provence.
- Next move to the vegetables. First, peel the carrots from their skin and cut around 1 inch pieces or in bite size. Put the carrot pieces into a large mixing bowl. Then, add potato, salt, pepper, olive oil, garlic, and thyme. Stir them until everything well combined.
- Pour the vegetable oil on a large cast iron skillet and place it on the grill. Then, close the lid and leave it there for 20 minutes to preheat.
- Once your 20 minutes is up, place the lamb in the skillet and cook. Make sure to brown all sides, for each 6 to 8 minutes. Afterwards, transfer lamb to a baking pan but keep the skillet stay on the grill.
- Take a bowl to mix pistachio crusted, breadcrumbs, 1 tsp olive oil, and melted butter. Also, add a pinch of salt and black pepper for taste. Stir the mixture until everything mixed together.
- Afterwards, cover the fat side of each rack of lambs with mustard and top with pistachio mixture. Pat it to make sure you cover every surface.
- Place the lamb dressed in pistachio on grill grate right away – next to the skillet. Then, pour in the seasoned carrots and potatoes mixture into the skillet. Close the lid and leave them there for 15 minutes to cook
- After 15 minutes, carefully open the grill to stir the vegetables. Then, loosely cover the lamb with aluminum foil.
- Keep cooking the lamb for another 5 to 10 minutes. Otherwise, you can also check the thickest part of the meat with thermometer (insert diagonally). You can stop cooking if the internal temperature read 125F.
- Take out the lamb from the grill, but let it rest for 10 minutes, still with foil intact.
- While waiting for the lamb to rest, move to the carrots and potatoes and check for their tenderness by fork. If they are not tender by your standard yet, cook for some more time until they tender.
- To serve, you can cut double chops and put 4 pair for each portion. Add roasted vegetables at side and enjoy with your loved ones!
- You can add improvise the side vegetables in this lamb Traeger recipe, such as adding pease and beans. But to do you have to add it at the #11 step.