Lamb is a meat that offers a unique and special flavor over other meats like beef or chicken. It is something that you probably don’t eat every day, but when you do, you want it done right.
If you go out to eat and order something that requires grilling, you expect several things. You want the meat to be properly cooked to your own preference, nothing too undercooked or overcooked and you expect it to be well-prepared so that the natural juices remain a big part of the meal. You also expect a chef to know the right seasonings and spices to really make the flavor pop and satisfy your taste.
If you want to get chef quality meals from your own grilling experience at home, you can at least start on the right track by using the seasonings and spice blends from Casa M Spice Co™. At Casa M Spice Co™, it doesn’t matter if you need a brisket spice blend or a Lamb Rub for Grilling, you get a blend of all natural ingredients that have been crafted to bring out the best in flavor in the meat you are grilling, all while keeping the natural flavors from the meat very present.
The Casa M Spice Co™ lamb rub for grilling is called Good Shepherd™. Like all of the spice blends from Casa M Spice Co™, two things are common. First, this blend was designed with specific meat in mind: lamb chops and leg of lamb. Secondly, it starts with a base of our Chain Reaction™ original formula and adds additional spices like black pepper, mustard, and other earthy, aromatic spices to create a perfect blend that complements savory and mouthwatering lamb.
Creating a delicious leg of lamb using Good Shepherd™ is actually fairly simple. It doesn’t matter if you prefer a boneless leg of lamb or have the bone removed, but the cut of lamb should be quality and boneless.
While you preheat a smoker to 160 degrees, make sure the lamb is bound together with butcher’s twine and all together as one single collection of meat. Use Himalayan salt to start the rub and then apply Good Shepherd™. Like all of the Casa M Spice Co™ spice blends, it is a low sodium formula, which means you can season to taste, so be as generous as you’d like.
Once you let the seasoned meat sit to let the spices adhere to the meat, you can place it in the smoker for two hours or until the meat reaches an internal temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. You can then transfer the lamb from the smoker and finish it in one of two ways, either sous vide — in a water bath — or on the grill. If you choose the grill, use medium heat, rub the lamb with some olive oil, and sprinkle more Good Shepherd™ on the meat to finish it off. You are then ready to slice, serve, and enjoy the great flavors.
That’s the enjoyment of Casa M Spice Co™. To them, the great flavor makes great food and great food makes great memories. That’s why after two decades of experimenting and perfecting their spice blends, they are now available to bring into your home so you can enjoy and start making memories with your family. Whether it is a special occasion where you are preparing lamb or something more common like steak, chicken or pork, there’s a spice rub from Casa M Spice Co™ that can take it to another level. So pick up some of the best lamb rubs for grilling or try another of the Casa M Spice Co™ spice blends, today.
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