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Lamb chops can be easy to make and the preparation just as simple. It can make a nice change to your weekly meal arrangements and if presented well, can be quite impressive.

10-Minute Rosemary Lamb Chops Ingredients

Rosemary is a wonderful compliment to lamb chops. This dish is easy to prepare thanks to the broiling method. The meal has plenty of protein as well as vitamin B12, selenium, zinc, and vitamin B3 and it only takes fifteen minutes to cook. You will need twelve lamb chops, three table spoons of fresh rosemary that has been chopped up, six table spoons of lemon juice, three pressed garlic cloves, quarter a tea spoon of salt, and quarter a tea spoon of black pepper.

10-Minute Rosemary Lamb Chops Directions

You need to press the garlic and then allow it to sit for around five minutes to allow the flavor to come out. You can now mix the rosemary, lemon juice, salt, pressed garlic and the pepper and then rub this mixture over the lamb chops. The lamb chops can be set to one side. At this point you can pre heat the broiler and you will need to put a large skillet under the heater to heat up for ten minutes or so. When it has got hot enough you can put the lamb chops in it and place it back under the broiler for five minutes.

Sautéed Lamb Chops Recipe

This is a very popular recipe and is mostly used as a side dish. You will need four lamb chops that are about one and a quarter inches thick and weight in at around one and a quarter ponds. You will also need vegetable cooking spray, pepper, one tea spoon of vegetable oil, quarter a cup of chopped up onion, one tea spoon of cornstarch, one cup of water that is divided, one tea spoon of beef flavoured bouillon granules, and one tea spoon of Worcestershire sauce.

Firstly you need to trim the excess fat from the lamb chops and sprinkle them with pepper. Apply cooking spray onto a skillet and then add some oil, the pan can be put onto a medium heat, once it is hot you can add the chops for about five minutes on both sides. They can be drained on paper towels but be sure to keep them warm. Now you can add the onion to the skillet and also combine the water with the cornstarch and then add them to the onion with the bouillon granules, and the Worcestershire sauce, it can be stirred until the bouillon granules have dissolved. Now the lamb chops can be added and the whole mixture brought to the boil. Afterwards it can be put on a simmer for three minutes.

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