As the More is More Mom®, I’m all about……….more Mediterranean dishes! I’m sorry, but there is little tastier than fresh herbs and garlic (and creamy, melt-y cheese), though repeated flossing is very likely necessary. This is the perfect menu for an outdoor dinner with family and friends. And if you like lamb, you’re in for a real treat! Shrimp Saganaki Greek Salad with a homemade dressing Lamb Kebabs with Feta Sauce Steakhouse Kebabs (why not add shrimp and chicken!) Corn on the Cob (for the kids…..)
3 pounds boneless leg of lamb (which you may need to plan ahead and order from your butcher), cut into 1 ”-2” cub
2. I always marinate the meat the night before, and then all that’s left to do the following day is to thread the kebabs and toss them on the grill.
3. Between the two recipes, I had about 36 kebabs. They make awesome leftovers!
4. For both the lamb and the steak kebabs you will need;
5. Skewers, if using bamboo, soak in water for at least 30 minutes
6. lbs New potatoes for each kebab recipe (I made 6 lbs for 2 recipes), boiled for 30 minutes or so, until they are extremely tender. Drain and cool on a tray or foil lined cookie sheet until cool enough to handle. Once the potatoes are cooked, they are fine left at room temperature for quite a while.
7. pint grape tomatoes
8. red onion, cut into 1” pieces for the lamb
9. white onion, cut into 1” pieces for the steak, chicken and/or shrimp
10. For the kebabs:
11. In a large re-sealable baggie, combine lamb and marinade, refrigerating overnight.
12. For the feta sauce:
13. If you like it lumpy, simply mix in a bowl and refrigerate
14. If you like it smooth, pulse in the blender and refrigerate