Preheat the grill to a medium setting. Then turn the heat down to medium or move the meat to a cooler part of the grill.
Very important do NOT leave the grill area.
Rack of lamb on grill. Cook the lamb for 30 to 40 minutes at medium heat turning often and brushing with the reserved marinade throughout the cooking process. If you are cooking your rack of lamb on the stove or on the grill you will essentially be doing the same steps just in different places. Season the lamb with.
Move the lamb to the edge of the grill with the thickest portion closest to the direct heat. Once the lamb has reached the desired doneness remove it from the heat. Place in the refrigerator for at least 3.
Coat the meat with most of the mustard sauce and reserve some for basting during grilling. Grill the first side. When the grill is at approximately 500f add the lamb to the middle of the grill cap side down.
This is fine and adds extra smokey flavor. Place the whole rack of lamb into a large zip-top bag and pour mustard mixture all over it. Place the rack of lamb on a lightly greased grill.
Place the rack of lamb on the hottest part of the grill and cook it for three minutes. Turn the rack of lamb over and cook it for an additional three minutes on the other side. 2 ribs per person.
Rack of lamb usually contains a bit of extra fat and will create smoke while grilling. Cook the lamb for 10 minutes on each side for rare meat 15 minutes for medium. For many rack of lamb is intimidating but its actually very simple to cook on the grill using these seven steps.
1 rack of lamb. Mix olive oil mustard lemon juice oregano garlic salt and pepper together in a small bowl. Close the lid and grill for 6 to 8 minutes or until bottoms are browned with sear marks.
Heat your skillet over medium high heat on the stove or 400 degrees. Flare ups can happen and you may have a crispier rack. Massage the sauce into the meat until fully coated.
If using charcoal let the coals burn until white then push them to one side of the grill. Bring your grill to a high heat and clean the grills thoroughly. 140F well done.
Place racks of lamb on the grill but not over direct heat. Light a grill or preheat a grill pan. Sear the rack of lamb for 2 minutes on each side.