Using Lamb Rack Trim Meat
Part 2 in a series.

You can use any kind of trim meat for this dish!

What a simple and fun dish. Many possibilities here, great clean out the fridge dish!


Almost any kind of meat will do! (Or no meat if that's what you prefer.)
In this video we use the trim from a rack of lamb.


Garlic, shallots (or onions), mushrooms and Haricot Verte (or green beans)

Sheep's Milk Romano Cheese

Touch of cream (optional)

Seasonings - Rick's Chef Salt, Herbs de Provence and maybe salt and pepper. (But if you use the cheese, remember it has salt in it also!)

To make:

Start some water to boil (to cook the Gnocchi in.)

Rough chop the garlic, shallots (or onions), and slice some mushrooms. Also cut your green beans into 1 inch sticks.

Saute the garlic and shallots in the pan with a little olive oil. Let them cook a bit then add the mushrooms, cook again, then add the meat (notice in the video I pre-season the meat with Rick's Chef Salt and Herbs de Provence.) Cook a minute or two then start the gnocchi in the pan with the boiling water.

Now add your green beans to the saute pan, then cheese, and a little hot water to steam the beans. Stir, then add cream (if you want it.) Stir, then drain gnocchi when done and add to the saute pan. Stir, taste and season if necessary.

End Note

You can use many kind of meat; lamb, veal, bison, chicken, shrimp even fish. You can also leave the meat out completely and add other vegetables instead.

Video on Vimeo!

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