Lambs Fry with Bacon and Caramelized Onions

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Lambs fry with caramelized onions and bacon recipe (16)Tender pieces of lamb liver in a rich brown sauce with bacon and caramelized onions? Yes please.

Lambs fry with bacon and onions is a classic Australian recipe that anyone who enjoys liver and onions will love. Outside of Australia and New Zealand, lambs fry isn’t well known, in fact, if you were in America and ordered something called “lamb fries” you’d get another part of the lamb entirely (testicles!).

Differences in cultural terminology aside, this is really just a twist on lamb liver and onions at the end of the day. What makes it different than the lamb liver and onions that most people will know in America, is that typical Australian lambs fry is served in a juicy brown gravy–typically flavored with Marmite, a sort of flavor-packed paste made from yeast that’s very popular down-under. As Marmite is hard to get in the United States (you can easily order Marmite online though) I recommend using Worcesterchire sauce. While Worcesterchire isn’t the same as Marmite, it’ll give the gravy some of the depth you want to have in this recipe.

Caramelized Onions

The other thing to note is that I use caramelized onions here. Contrary to popular opinion, caramelized onions aren’t some unattainable thing that only chefs can make—they’re actually very easy. All you need are yellow onions, a good heavy skillet, and about 20-25 minutes. They’re great made in large batches, and leftovers are delicious warmed up and spooned on top of a steak, spooned into a stew or something like lamb curry. As another idea, one of my favorite recipes for Veal Liver with Mushrooms, Onions and Bacon is similar to this, but has a creamy mushroom sauce with sherry. If you like this recipe, you’ll like that one too.

Chef Alan Bergo
Chef Alan Bergo, The Forager Chef



This recipe is by Chef Alan Bergo. A chef from Minnesota, Alan is a culinary industry veteran, former executive chef of acclaimed Lucia’s Restaurant, and the Salt Cellar. Founder of the website Forager Chef, he’s best known as a respected authority on Midwestern foraging. Learn more about chef Alan and his hunt for mushrooms, wild and obscure foods at Forager Chef®. 

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Lambs fry with caramelized onions and bacon recipe (16)

Lambs Fry with Bacon and Caramelized Onions

Tender lambs fry with bacon and caramelized onions is an updated twist on an old favorite for lamb liver.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time35 minutes
Caramelized Onions25 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine: Australian
Keyword: Lambs Fry, Liver and Onions
Servings: 4



  • ½ lb bacon
  • 1 lb 1 large yellow sweet onions

Lambs Fry and Gravy

  • Milk to cover the liver (use water in a pinch)
  • 12 oz lamb liver 1 whole
  • 1 cup all purpose flour plus 1 teaspoon separated
  • 1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
  • 1 teaspoon grated nutmeg optional
  • 1 teaspoon fine salt
  • ¼ cup brandy
  • 1.5 tablespoons Worcesterchire or to taste (marmite can be substituted)
  • 1.5 cups lamb or chicken stock


  • 4 thick slices of toast
  • Unsalted butter
  • Freshly chopped Italian parsley to garnish


  • Lambs fry should be cooked and served quickly, so read through the entire recipe before proceeding.

Soak the liver

  • The night beforehand, cut the liver into 1 oz pieces, cover with the milk or water, and refrigerate. When in doubt, cut the liver into larger pieces rather than smaller, since you don’t want to overcook the liver, and you’ll be eating the dish with a knife and fork.

Caramelized onions

  • Slice the onion into 1 inch julienne, then cook in a greased 12 inch skillet, stirring occasionally, until dark brown, about 20 minutes. If the pan threatens to get too dark, add a splash of water and stir as needed. Preferences for caramelized onions can vary a bit, so cook them until they have a good color and taste good to you. Reserve the onions—from here they can be prepared a day or two ahead of time. Reserve 4 oz (1/2 cup) for the sauce. Extras are nice warmed up on a steak.


  • Butter the bread on both sides and cook golden brown in a skillet or on a griddle while you prepare the liver and sauce.

Cooking the liver

  • 30 minutes before you want to serve, cut the bacon slices into ½ inch pieces then render on medium high heat (you can bake it too if you prefer) until crisp in a 12 inch cast iron skillet or similarly sized pan. Remove the bacon and reserve, and keep the pan hot. You can also prepare the bacon ahead of time and simply reheat it.
  • Drain the lamb liver well, then toss with the flour. Turn the heat on the pan with the bacon fat to high, then quickly add the pieces of liver, tapping off the excess. Brown the liver quickly over high heat, then transfer the browned pieces to a pan or dish to keep warm while you make the sauce.
  • Add the teaspoon of flour to the pan, stir, then add the onions and brandy, and cook for 1 minute. Add the stock and Worcesterchire, bring the mixture to a simmer, stir until thick, double check the seasoning, adjust as needed, then add the browned liver back to the pan and stir to coat with the sauce.

Finishing and serving

  • Add the bacon back to the pan, or save it to garnish the finished plates as pictured. Divide the lambs fry, onions and their gravy between the slices of toast on 4 preheated plates, garnish with the fresh parsley, and serve. Alternately, supply the griddled toast on plates and allow guests to serve themselves from the pan, family style.

Lambs fry with caramelized onions and bacon recipe (16)