This instant pot Lamb Ribs and Sauce recipe is a delicious and perfect choice to feast your family on a special occasion.
Unlike the traditional oven method, you will be making these ribs of lamb in an instant pot! That what pushes me every time to make this recipe.
If you are one of the lamb’s lovers, you must try this meal. Firstly, lamb ribs are one of the most delicious meat parts. also, it requires a few simple ingredients that we find in all kitchens.
The veggie stock carrot and white flour mixture is what gives this dish that tangy and savory taste.
As a result, I swear you will get a perfect and flavorful lamb ribs dish, also will be ready in less than 40 minutes.
So, just try this instant pot lamb recipe and you will be making them over and over again!
Ingredients for Instant Pot lamb ribs
The most important thing that I recommend you in this recipe is to use the best quality lamb meat possible.
How to make the best Instant Pot lamb ribs?
Once you have the ingredients ready, set your instant pot to the “sauté” function, add the oil and heat it up. Then, add them to the pot and brown them on all sides for a few minutes until they form a brown color.
Once The lamb ribs browned, we add the white flour, carrot and the veggie broth. Stir it well, cover the pot and cook on high for about 20 minutes.
Lastly, we serve the lamb ribs with carrots and sauce drizzled all over.
Can you make lamb ribs in the Crock-Pot?
Yes. Place the lamb ribs in the crockpot and brown it for a few minutes. Then add the rest of the ingredient and cover the pot.Then, cook on LOW for about 40 minutes or HIGH for about 20 minutes.
What to serve with lamb ribs?
About instant pot Lamb
- 4 lamb ribs.
- 1 carrot, chopped.
- 6 ounces veggie stock.
- 1 tablespoon olive oil.
- 1 tablespoon white flour
Nutrition Fact of Lamb Ribs
(Serving Size: 1 Ribs)
Total Fat: 13.56 g
Cholesterol: 46 mg
Sodium: 109 mg
Carbohydrate: 0 g
Protein: 10.14 g
Step by Step Instructions
Set your instant pot on sauté mode, add the oil, heat it up, add lamb and brown it for a few minutes on all sides.
Add flour, carrot and stock stir, cover the pot, and cook on high for 20 minutes.
Serve lamb with carrots on the side and Cooking juice drizzled all over.