From the beautiful environments of New Zealand, we have prepared Lamb tongue, just for you!
You wont find these at your local suupaa *Wink Wink*.
Remember, Just like kissing is “first base”, if you are eating this as part a yaki-niku meal, then you should always have tongue as the first course.
◆What Does Lamb Tongue Taste Like?
When comparing it to beef tongue, its a bit more juicier.
It still has that usual lamb aroma and special flavor to boot!
Don't be afraid to try something new!
◆But What about The Texture?
A little bit softer than your average gizzard and crips nicely!
※If you plan to throw these on a BBQ, the meat will shrink when heated. A suggestion is to wrap them in aluminum foil and to be sure they dont fall in between the grill rack.
※Also, allow it to come to room temperature before cooking. This will help with even cooking. You can enjoy it piping hot right after!
After thawing of course, with a little bit of oil, grill them in the frying pan.
It'll get cripsy quick, pay close attention!
We recommend medium rare.
◆Lamb with Skewer Sticks!
These also go great with bamboo skewer sticks!
With a bit of family and friends, they go great for a mini BBQ!
◆Lamb Tongue Stew
Lamb is great for a stew with your favorite vegetables.
Our Lamb from New Zealand are the equivalent to free-range grass-fed beef. They live a natural life, happy life, all the way to the dinner table.
Lamb meat is also full of vitamins and nutrients rivaling that of beef and chicken. For information and recipies, check out our coooking stuido here: https://www.themeatguy.jp/en/cookingstudio/recipe/07_about_lamb !
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging and the type of meat. Please refer to our thawing chart ≫here≪