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Lamb rump steak and paprika sauce, an easy recipe for pan seared lamb steaks with white wine and paprika sauce, perfect for Sundy dinners!

The rump comes from the back of the lamb. It is a lean cut, tender and mildly flavored. I like to pan fry it whole and serve it medium to medium rare, I mean with a still pink center. Be careful not to overcook this awesome cut as it would become tough and dry.

Lamb rump steak can be served with any sauce, here I wanted to give this dish a touch of Hungarian flare with this paprika sauce, you can also make this paprika sauce with beef flank steak for instance.

Have your lamb steaks at room temperature to avoid thermal shock.

If you are looking for main dishes to make when you are having guests, please check my "savory" or "among friends" categories.

  • 4 servings
  • Easy
  • 0 h 45

Recipe :

Ingredients:

Lamb rump steak:

28 oz. (800 g.) or about 4 lamb rump steak, room temperature

Some vegetable oil and a chunk of butter to cook

Salt and pepper to taste

Sauce:

1 tbsp. olive oil

2 garlic cloves, finely chopped

1/2 cup (100 ml) white wine

1/2 tsp. corn starch

1 tsp mustard

1 tsp mild paprika powder

1 cup (240 ml) heavy cream

A pinch of Cayenne

Salt and pepper to taste

Cook the lamb steaks:

Into a frying pan, on medium/high heat, heat some vegetable oil and a chunk of butter, add the meat and sizzle for about 4 minutes on each side, then again 2 minutes on each side, add salt and pepper to taste. If your cut of meat is higher than 2 inches, turn it over and cook for two more minutes on each side

Wait about 10 minutes before slicing the lamb rump steak

Make the paprika sauce:

Into a medium pan, heat some olive oil on medium high heat, add the chopped garlic and cook it about 2 minutes without burning

Add the mustard and white wine, stir and cook away until reduced to half, add two tbsp. reduced wine to the cornstarch, stir and pour into the pan, stir to incorporate, give a boil and lower the heat

Add the paprika powder, pinch of Cayenne, salt and pepper to taste, stir

Pour the heavy cream, stir well, give a boil and cook for one more minute

Taste and adjust seasoning if necessary

To serve:

Arrange the sliced lamb rump steak on top of the sauce, serve with your favorite side, here I served it with potato casserole

Sprinkle some chopped basil, tarragon or parsley

Note:

The right doneness depends on thickness of meat and your liking, I like my meat between rare and medium, specially this cut of lamb. If you find that the meat is still too rare after searing it you can slice it and put it back into the still hot pan with the burners off for a few seconds.

Enjoy!

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This looks so amazing, Patty! I wish I had some right now!!

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Thanks so much my Beth, I wish I could make some for you!

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nice post

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Thanks Ali, glad you like it!

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This sounds so amazing!! I love the paprika sauce!

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Thanks so much Pam, glad you like it!

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oh, what a delightful dish, lamb is my favourite meat and this looks totally and utterly mouth-watering. I have never tried lamb with paprika and now seeing this I really want it. What a lovely recipe - a must make and eat beauty ;-)

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Thank you so much Ramona, I hope you like it

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I have never tried lamb rump roast, but this looks absolutely delicious! I have this pinned to my Date Night board—something about it just screams "romantic dinner". This dish is downright foxy!

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Thanks so much Michelle, actually it's a rump steak, as it cooks faster it's perfect for your date night, you won't be away in the kitchen for too long and thus will spend more time with your honey

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