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    Will lamb chops work in a Crockpot?

    Kiko
    Mon May 23, 2005 5:33 pm
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    Hello Everyone,

    I was wondering if this recipe will convert easily for a crockpot braised lamb chops

    Basing cooking times off pork chops-
    should the chops be cooked on High for 2-2 1/2 hours
    or Low for 4 1/2 hours? (Are cooking temps. just individual preference?)

    Thank you all for your help!

    Kiko icon_biggrin.gif
    Shirl (J) 831
    Wed May 25, 2005 6:15 am
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    Ive personally never tried lamb chops in the cp.
    here is one recipe
    recipe #34950
    Kiko
    Wed May 25, 2005 9:45 am
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    Hi Shirl (J),

    I must have been having some sort of mental blockage when I posted my question. That is the only reason I have for not looking up a recipe and thinkng that lamb could not be made in a crockpot. icon_smile.gif

    Yesterday, I looked up lamb recipes for the crockpot and found Nurse Di's recipe, too. I mixed both recipes and used the crockpot after browning. I don't think I will review either recipe, yet. The chops that I bought were way too fatty, and I overcooked them. They fell apart and were very hard to serve. I should have accounted for using a different cut of meat and reduced cooking time.

    Their flavor was quite good. I will try both recipes again but do them separately with better quality lamb.

    Thanks for your help!

    Kiko
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