This is a quick way to prepare a yummy and nutrient dense dinner 😋
Grass fed bone-in lamb leg steaks from US Wellness Meats are super tasty and I know I’m offering my body a nourishing meal since the animals are raised only on grass in the best condition, regenerative agriculture is so important 🙌🏻
My entire guide to lamb can be found here
My favorite part is the super fuel bone marrow that melts out of the bone when the meat is cooking and I love that this dish is truly nose to tail 😍
To make this tasty steak you need 🥩
1 100% grass fed and pasture raised leg of lamb steak, ours was 11 oz/bone-in from US Wellness Meats 🐑
Tallow for frying (we like Fatworks) 👩🏻🍳
Salt, Pepper and dried oregano 🌱🧂
Begin by heating up the tallow in a pan, and season the lamb liberally with salt, pepper and oregano.
Next, fry the steak until brown and crispy on each side, about 3-4 minutes. You want to make sure the meat is not more done than medium, I prefer mine medium rare, because it can get a bit tough.
When it’s still light red, it’d super juicy and a real delicacy! Drizzle with herb butter or ghee and enjoy 😍
I also recommend scooping out the molten marrow and spreading it on the meat for a tasty nutrient boost 💪🏻
I enjoyed it with crispy curry cauliflower and mashed romanesco 🙌🏻👩🏻🍳
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