What is the difference between Lam Boulangere andLamb Lyonnaise?
Delia doesn’t have those recipes for Lamb so you mean Delia’s Potato Boulangeres and Potato Lyonnaise?
Lyonnaise are sautéed with chopped onion (in France this is classically sliced potato & sometimes par-boiled before slicing as well.
Potato Boulangeres are sliced and layered with onion and stock then baked in the oven (originally a bakers oven).
Or if you’re just asking in general terms about lamb…
Lamb boulangere will most likely be baked in the oven and have potatoes added later and baked alongside.
Lamb Lyonnaise recipes are likely to be varied some from originally form the Lyon region and some in the style of recipes from there. Sometimes sautéed, sometimes baked or braised. Usually with onion and sometimes vinegar and herbs.
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