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Male: Hi everyone welcome back to Le Gourmet TV. So our friends over at home grown Ontario have given us this really nice rack of lamb and such a beautiful day outside. We thought we’d commode and do a little bit of grilling. So we’re going to make a anise and garlic type rub to put on it. But the first thing you need to do is get your rack ready. Now, this one came to me and it hadn’t been frenched and it still have the chine bone. Then you can ask your butcher to do all this for you. I unfortunately forgot. So frenching it really is not a big of a deal; it’s pretty simple, it’s just a couple of easy cuts.; there’s a little piece of cartilage here from the shoulder you need to remember to take that out.
Unfortunately, I can’t cut the chine bone off and that’s only really a problem when it comes to presentation. So you really should learn from my mistake and ask to have the chine bone cut off. So the first thing we need to do now that—now with the frenching is all done is just score on the fat side right down to the meat. And this is just going to allow us to get this rub into the meat. Move on to the rub. So I’ve got a couple of tablespoons of ground Anise seed, some salt, freshly ground pepper, some minced garlic. So we’ve got that in a bowl and we’re going to add in couple of tablespoons of anise flavored liquor and a couple of tablespoons of olive oil, great. So just mix that together.
Now, what you want to do is rub that right into the meat; get it in to all of the scores that you made through the fat cup. Rub it all into the backside as well. It’s not going to add flavour from this side but get it in there; get it on the ends. Okay, so that’s all rubbed in. What you want to do is put a little bit of tin foil over the bones that just keeps them from burning while it’s on the grill. And this is just some tin foil wrapping. You can get really fancy if you wanted to but we’re just grilling them in the backyard so make it practical.
Now, it’s pretty much ready to go on the grill. What you want to do is let this sit at room temperature for 30 minutes and that gives you a perfect opportunity to get the grill setup. Okay, so we’re ready to go to the grill spend it about a half an hour, the flavor has really been able to work it’s way into the rack of lamb. So here are my german grill, I’ve got choose on fire going; indirect at the back, direct at the front. And what you want to do is put the lamb on here, fat side down over direct heat. You want to really sear it right at the beginning.
I’ve got some apple smoking chips on here as well or you could use any smoking chip that you really desire and you just want to watch this very closely. Close the lead but you’re going to get flare ups. That fat is going to render out and you’re really going to have to watch it. This initial cooking is going to take 4 to 6 minutes and you want a real nice crust to develop on the outside; a little bit of a flare up, so this moving out to the side. Okay, so the initial cooking is done over direct heat. Now, I’m going to move it to the back side of the grill over indirect heat and you want to cook it 10 to 15 minutes; that will give you a medium rare perfectly done.
Okay, we’ve gone the internal temperature of a 1330 degrees Fahrenheit which is of course always the best way to check your meat. Time don’t always work because you’re grill isn’t going to be the same temperatures as my grill. So we’re going to pull this off, we can pull this tin foil off. Now, I’m going to wrap this with tin foil, let it rest for 5 minutes before carving which is very important to remember that you always have to do that. And that I’m going to serve this up with some fresh vegetables right over my garden. Thanks for stopping by, please give this a try and remember eat local.