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Lamb, pomegranate (Russian?) recipe

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whinendine Dec 26, 2012 01:40 AM

Long ago, a lady in the neighborhood borrowed my steamer to make a lamb and pomegranate dish. Does anyone know what is the name of the dish and a recipe? I've come into quite a bit of pomegranates which reminded me of this...

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    cresyd Dec 26, 2012 01:48 AM

    Not familiar with Russian recipes - but there are Georgian and Persian recipes that combine the two ingredients in a number of recipes.

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      Joebob Dec 26, 2012 10:34 AM

      +1 on the Persian recipes e. g. bademjan, which uses pomegranate syrup.

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      whinendine Dec 26, 2012 12:35 PM

      Yes, I found Georgian and Uzbeki recipes, but none that use a steamer.

      1. GretchenS Dec 27, 2012 09:30 AM

        I have a Russian cookbook (Please to the Table) which has lamb and beef meatballs in pomegranate sauce which is not what you are looking for but nothing that corresponds to what you describe. You can google these meatballs which are called fesinjan kyufta, there are many online recipes.

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          hazelhurst Dec 27, 2012 09:36 AM

          I've had shaslyk in Russia that has been marinated in pomgranate...one friend ther told me not to marinate American lamb as long because it is younger than the usual Russian (Don;t know the accuracy of that statement). Never heard of a steamer being used with lamb though. It is also used to marinate young garlic

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            whinendine Dec 28, 2012 11:03 AM

            Thank you GretchenS and hazelhurst for the information. I will search on shaslyk and fesinjan kyufta. I found shaslyk before I posted, but it was not steamed like you said.

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