Apricot and Mint Reduction Border Springs Farm Lamb Meatballs
One of the nation’s and Atlanta’s best known home delivery services of delicious and nutritious protein wants to make sure you add a new twist, a little spice, and a lot of flavors, along with their nutritious protein to your Passover Seder.
Serving memorable dishes your family raves about and looks forward to on Passover adds a special meal to savor. One of the nation’s and Atlanta’s best known home delivery services of delicious and nutritious protein wants to make sure you add a new twist, a little spice, and a lot of flavors, along with their nutritious protein to your Passover Seder.
CEO and founder of Farmers & Fishermen (www.farmersandfishermen.com), Kirk Halpern, explains, “Passover is a meaningful time for our families to build traditions and enjoy flavorful foods and delicious recipes that are handed down through the generations. Guests, along with your family members, will love our signature Farmers & Fishermen Apricot and Mint Reduction Border Springs Farm Lamb Meatballs and Farmers & Fishermen Blackberry and Lemon Dusted Poached Patagonian Salmon recipes for Passover. They’ll make a wonderful addition to your Seder, become family favorites and we wish everyone a meaningful and memorable holiday.”
Serving for 8
1 each 2-pound package Farmers and Fishermen Colorado ground lamb
½ cup matzoh meal
Salt and pepper to taste.
½ cup finely minced dry apricots
½ cup finely diced fresh mint
¼ finely minced scallions and garlic
2 cups stock of your choice (chicken or vegetable or beef)
¼ cup olive oil
In a mixing bowl, combine ground lamb, matzoh meal, eggs, salt and pepper, half of the apricots and mint, half the scallions and garlic and blend well.
Portion 1 oz of the mixture into meatballs and refrigerate 30 minutes and set aside.
In a skillet heat olive oil and the remainder of scallions and garlic and brown all the meatballs evenly…remove meatballs after they are browned but not necessarily fully cooked.
In the same skillet add stock into drippings and reduce by half until thickened, (5-7 minutes) add remainder mint and apricots (save a pinch of each for final plating.) Add the meatballs and turn to low heat. Simmer 5 to 7 minutes and plate.
Plate meatballs and spoon the thickened sauce over all and make sure bits of the mint and apricot are garnished over all.