(Leftover) Lamb and Mango Salad

A few leftover broiled lamb loin chops were the inspiration for this wonderful salad Mr TBTAM invented for tonight’s dinner. The chops were from Costco, and we had broiled them last night after topping with salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce and garlic powder. Mr TBTAM picked up the rest of the ingredients at Golden Boy’s Natural Foods, a wonderful local food shop on Broadway at 98th st, while waiting for me to finish my voice lesson around the corner. (I’m working on the Queen of the Night Aria from the Magic Flute – I plan to use it on my daughters whenever they need hollering at…)

Golden Boys is one of my fave local food stores, and I stop in whenever I can before my lesson. They have the most gorgeous fruits and veggies, lovely bean sprouts (which are hard to find fresh) and also carry Bilinski’s chicken sausages, which I love.

What made the salad taste really special were the olive oil and raspberry balsamic vinegar Linda gave us from Lebherz Oil and Vinegar Emporium in her home town of Frederick, MD. Thanks, Linda!

I’m thinking maybe we should have added something for a bit more color – maybe a tomato? Maybe red onion instead of scallion? – yeah, that would work….

Lamb and Mango Salad

Sliced broiled lamb
Fresh ripe mango, peeled and sliced
Red Leaf lettuce
Cucumber, peeled and thinly sliced
1 scallion, sliced thinly crosswise just into the green part
Bean sprouts
Thinly shaved parmesan
Fruity balsamic vinegar
Olive oil

Rinse and dry lettuce leaves and arrange on plate. Top with lamb, mango, cucumber, sprouts, parmesan and scallions. Sprinkle with salt and generous amount pepper. Lightly top with vinegar and oil, toss and serve.

3 Responses to (Leftover) Lamb and Mango Salad

  1. I’m going to buy that vinegar the next time I go. Glad you liked it. So did the olive oil one test buttery? If you give me a wish list, I can ship you some more flavors – I’ve got 2 books to send to you, nothing stopping me from adding oil and vinegar to the package. Let me know.

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