Costco sells this seasoned lamb shank for $4.99 / pound. Scroll down for photos. I’m a big fan of the pre-seasoned meats Costco offers. We buy the Spatchcock Chicken frequently, which is good for a quick, cheap healthy meal. This is a lamb shank that has been seasoned with rosemary and garlic. Lamb is more gamey than chicken, but I really enjoy it. Some may not….my wife doesn’t. That’s why I don’t buy it too often. If you’re new to lamb, this is a GREAT way to be introduced. It’s simple, flavorful & the directions are so simple. This lamb shank is bone in & can be ready in 60 minutes with a pressure cooker. Here are a few more details about this Costco Lamb Shank……
- Brand: Superior Farms
- Seasoned with Rosemary & Garlic
- Can be frozen
- No Artificial Ingredients
- Halal Certified
- $4.99 / pound
- Good with Rice or Potatoes
Costco Superior Farms Seasoned Lamb Shank
This is a good size package & can feed 4. It is around $27 – $33 for the lamb shank. Throw in a little rice & vegetables & you can prepare a really nice meal for under $10 / person. I would recommend to follow the exact instructions below & use a pressure cooker. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, get one! They’re great. This is an in store item only. I recommend you try it at least once. If you go to the Superior Farms website they provide recipes on how to cook lamb: braised, braciola style, BBQ, etc. If you don’t have a pressure cooker, make sure to follow the links below for the BEST PRESSURE COOKERS AROUND (I own the 1st one. It’s AMAZING!)……..
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Price: $4.99 / pound, Item Number: 13291
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4 thoughts on “Costco Lamb Shank, Superior Farms Seasoned”
Linda says our Costco in Baton Rouge is no longer carrying this item. I am so sad about that. \
This is a seasonal item so it may just be temporarily off the shelves for now. Keep your eye out
Not in any of the Dallas area Costco, wonder if there’s a way to request them to carry.
You can always put a request in online with Costco. It takes you to a 3rd party site that manages their comments/inquiries. If they ever do carry it I recommend you try it at least once. Keep checking back because it may be seasonal where you are