Servings: 4 as a main course
Main-dish salads are summer’s answer to the one-bowl weeknight meal. They’re super easy to put together, and in this case, the lamb salad is light but complete. It’s also a great alternative for those nights when you want a juicy, meaty salad, but need a break from beef.
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Toast some extra pitas and serve with Garlic-Yogurt Sauce.
Fabulous! The only thing I added was some feta which gave it pop on the presentation and more great flavor!Will be making this again and again.
I finally got around to making this and I'm glad I did. My husband and I were equally enthusiastic. Highly recommend this recipe. It was lamb-y, lemony, garlicky goodness. The only thing I changed was to decrease the amount of allspice because it seemed to me the the amount listed would be overpowering. Now that I've made the recipe, I will probably use the entire amount next time. Oh wait, I lied, I also didn't have pita bread, but I did have some naan in the freezer and used that instead. I can't imagine that pita vs. naan would make much difference in the outcome. I also think next time I will allow the pita/naan some time to absorb some of the vinaigrette before serving.
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