Tasty, unique and FRESH! You won't be disappointed you have leftovers!
A while back, McCormick contacted me and asked me if I would like to create (and blog about) a recipe based on one of their 2012 Global Flavor Forecast flavor pairings. My answer was, Heck yes! From their list of unique flavor pairings, I chose Meyer Lemon with Lemon Thyme, Limoncello and Lemon Peel. I received a kit in the mail, along with this Grilled Lamb Chops with Meyer Lemon Risotto and Arugula recipe. Dan and I both loved everything about it! It was tasty, unique and fresh, and I am very excited about the leftovers that I get to eat later today.
The most exciting part about this experience is that I get to offer one of my readers a McCormick Flavor Forecast kit, as well! I will pick a comment at random, and McCormick will send you a kit in the mail. Easy peasy!
To enter to win a McCormick Flavor Forecast Kit (includes: 1 Global Flavor Forecast Report, a $25 gift card to purchase additional perishable items and all non-perishable ingredients for pairing-specific recipes), leave a comment on this post, telling me which of the following flavor pairings you would choose, should you be the lucky winner:
- Cumin with Sofrito
- Korean Pepper Paste with Sesame, Asian Pear and Garlic
- Dill with Mint, Melon and Cucumber
- Meyer Lemon with Lemon Thyme, Limoncello and Lemon Peel
- Eggplant with Honey and Harrisa
- Squash with Red Curry and Pancetta
- Ginger with Coconut
- Vanilla with Butter
- Red Tea with Cinnamon and Plum
- Grapefruit with Red Pepper
- Sweet Soy with Tamarind and Black Pepper
- Blueberry with Cardamom and Corn Masa
Entries accepted from Monday, March 19th through Sunday, March 25th. I will annouce the winner the morning of March 26th!
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Grill the lamb chops over medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes per side, or until they have reached desired doneness. Let stand for 10 minutes.
Divide 2 cups of arugula among 4 plates and top with the risotto. Place a lamb chop on each plate and drizzle with the remaining seasoning mixture.
And since Limoncello is not something I ever think to buy, or drink, I had to pour myself a teeny tiny glass to enjoy along with my meal!