Afghan Lamb Ribs Recipe

written by Mirriam Seddiq
4 · 03 · 21
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Lamb Rib Recipe

Afghan Lamb Ribs Recipe


  • Author: MirriamSeddiq

Description

Do you love these cooking outdoors videos on YouTube? If so, you’ll love this episode my director calls “Fire and Ice.” 

We don’t cook lamb ribs exactly like this in Afghan Cooking but we found some lamb ribs at the local Wal-Mart by our cabin and my producer said let’s give it a try! I mean, Afghans definitely know how to cook lamb.

This recipe can easily be made inside with an oven. Instead of outside fire just brown on stovetop and finish in oven like we did.

Enjoy!


Ingredients

Scale

2 racks of lamb ribs

3 onions

3 tomatoes

2 serrano peppers

1 bunch cilantro

1.5 tsp each of:

turmeric

cumin

coriander

garlic powder

onion powder

dill

salt

pepper

paprika

cayenne

oregano

canola oil

minced garlic


Instructions

1. Chop onions, tomatoes, and cilantro. Chop up lamb ribs into pieces.

2. Prepare spice mix with all spices above except the minced garlic.

3. Take generous amount of canola and place in skillet that you can brown meat. Cook onions.

4. Toss in minced garlic, spice mix, and tomatoes. Cook down.

5. Toss lamb ribs in to get good browning on all sides.

6. Add water or stock as braising liquid. Cook for a few minutes.

7. Take all of the food and place into container that you can place into oven. Put covered in oven for 2 hours at 300. Check often. If ribs start pulling off ends of bone its ready to eat.

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Mirriam Seddiq

I am Mirriam Z. Seddiq, the Afghan Cook. I was born in Afghanistan and came to America as a when I was 18 months old. I am a criminal defense, personal injury, and immigration attorney. I started the first Muslim American Woman Political Action Committee, once owned a coffee shop and a restaurant, and currently am the CEO of the Komak Foundation which focuses its efforts on helping Afghan refugees.

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