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From the world's number 1 exporter of lamb meat comes WAKANUI Spring Lamb from New Zealand. This lamb has been cut to make it easier to cook after thawing. It has been allowed to graze freely eating only the best grass, and does not use any growth hormones. Read on for more information about WAKANUI Spring Lamb.
All you need is a sprinkle of our steak spice - for the ones who would like it more natural: Our sea salt. Place it on a grill, and you're all set! Grill it until it's rare or medium rare and eat it while it's hot! Even those who have never tried lamb meat before are sure to enjoy these delicious lamb chops!
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Let the meat come back to room temperature before cooking. Sprinkle some salt, pepper, garlic, rosemary, plus any other spices you like, then grill.
Simple and easy at-home cooking! You can enjoy this lamb by simply grilling it with oil on a frying pan!
About Lamb Meat
"Happy Lamb" was raised in the open pastures of New Zealand or Australia, and are hormone-free and natural. Australia and New Zealand meats are some of the most natural meat out there! Recently, "natural meats" are gaining popularity and are being known as "diet meat".
This meat is good for any occasion! Whether it be BBQ season during summer, or for Christmas dinner during winter, you can always find an excuse to celebrate with these delicious lamb chops! It also makes a great gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or any home party!
Lamb Meat FAQ
★What is the difference between lamb and mutton?
Lamb is from younger sheep less than a year old and has softer meat, while mutton is from an an adult lamb older than 2 years and is mainly used for processed meat or dishes like the Japanese dish "Jingisukan".
★What are the nutritional benefits of lamb?
Lamb is rich in high quality, nutritious proteins and cholesterol is as low as fish meat. It is also rich in unsaturated fatty acids that reduce cholesterol, and raise vitamin B, iron and zinc.
★How can I enjoy it?
Since lamb has a high melting point, the fat will harden when cooled. Therefore, it is better to eat the fatty part while it is hot. If you wish to eat it cold, we recommend using the less fattier portions like the thigh meat.
★What is the difference between Australian and New Zealand?
Made in Australia = shipped 6-8 months after birth. Larger and the flavor is stronger.
New Zealand = Shipped 4-6 months after birth. The flavor is not as strong, so it's good for those who are new to lamb meat!
The thawing time depends on many factors such as size, weight, packaging, and type of meat.
Please refer to our thawing chart≫≫HERE≪≪
Wakanui Spring lamb are born in the spring in New Zealand. From Spring to the beginning of Summer (around August-November), this is the time where the lamb meat's nutritional value is at its peak! The lamb is raised on pasture grass. The meat reaches its peak deliciousness a few months later (around January-March), and is then slaughtered during this "season".
This lamb is slaughtered at a younger age (about 4 to 6 months old). Lamb has a history of being treated as a high-grade ingredient in Europe and is highly sought after. It is soft, tender and juicy!
Aged for about 5 weeks after slaughter and rapidly frozen. This is the best way to get the most umami, softness and protein from the lamb, and ensure the possibility of providing the same quality of lamb all year-round.
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These are great - remember not to over cook them!