I'm going to start with recipes that I already have pictures of.
Lamb Neck StewSo when you first read the title I can only imagine the look on your face. I too was appalled when I saw the package from my husband's grocery trip. Kari never had lamb before and wanted to try it. As cheap as he is I am guessing the price appealed to him also...lol.
Nevertheless I believe I can cook ANYTHING. I carefully researched lamb necks and found that they're mainly used in stews. I believe lamb stew is primarily an Irish dish. I chose not to go by a recipe, but you can easily find a recipe to fit your tastes on the interntet. I do not measure when I cook so I will just tell you what I did.
I seasoned and browned the lamb necks in EVOO. I set the lamb necks to the side and used the juices and leftover evoo to cook onions and garlic. I then added the lamb necks back into the pot along with one can of stewed tomatos, chopped carrots, fresh green beans, a few small red potatoes, and water until just about covered the meat. I used salt, pepper, cumin, allspice, cayenne pepper, garlic powder, bay leaves, and honey to season. I brought the pot to a boil then simmered for 2 hours.
Tha family loved it and if I ever see lamb necks at the commissary again this is something I'll definitely make again.