"This is a great old family recipe that shows my Armenian heritage," writes Ruth Hartunian Alumbaugh, Willimantic, Connecticut. The tender, slightly sweet lamb is complemented perfectly by the savory bulgur pilaf. —Ruth Hartunian Alumbaugh, Willimantic, Connecticut
At Eastertime and for other holidays, I often get requests for these lamb chops. The moist and tender chops aren't difficult to make, but they taste special. Even people who don't care for lamb like it prepared this way.—Chris Nash, Berthoud, Colorado
We have a gas grill and use it year-round, especially to make these tender juicy kabobs. The lamb marinates overnight, and the attractive skewers can be quickly assembled the next day. —Kathy Herrola of Martinez, California
This is a dowry recipe I brought with me from western Pennsylvania. To fully enjoy this dish, just serve it as a snack or appetizer with some hot bread and a beverage. It's nice to serve at parties, and I like it as a late-night snack, too! It can be made the day before, and it also freezes well.
“This recipe is a wonderful alternative to beef burgers and makes a great meal for two. The rosemary onions make it especially delicious. It’s so good, I serve it all year long.”—Charlene Chambers, Ormond Beach, Florida
"This special entree is always on our Easter table, and i serve it for other events throughout the year," notes Christy Porter of Centennial, Colorado. "I first tasted this delicious lamb at a dinner party given by a friend."
A cooking class that taught me to make my own pita bread inspired me to create this "Greek" burger. The beef-lamb mixture is an interesting change of pace, and the fresh tomato-feta salad adds a delightful, summery taste. —Donna Marie Ryan, Topsfield, Massachusetts