Indian lambs are a type of red meat that comes from the meat of young domesticated sheep in their first year. They are typically eaten cooked and unprocessed but smoked and salted lamb is also prevalent among many areas.
The meat of lamb is a rich source of essential nutrients that include protein, iron, zinc, calcium, selenium, potassium, copper, magnesium, and various B vitamins. As lamb meat contain a good amount of both calcium and iron, it can help to prevent anemia by providing sufficient iron to make new red blood cells. As per various studies, eating lamb meat occasionally and in moderation helps boost metabolic activity, thus aiding in weight management. The presence of omega-3 fatty acids in this meat provides antioxidant protection to the skin, reducing the occurrence of wrinkles and age spots. A rich source of protein, boneless sheep meat can help repair and increase muscle mass and improve physical performance.
The fresh boneless lamb meat is one of the popular dishes around the world and are eaten as various dishes that include lamb curry, chops, baked lamb, roasted form, etc.
Fresh lamb can be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 days in a freezer for 6 to 9 months.