The finished chops were tender but NOT succulent like a broiled chop would be. The seasoning sounded better to me than it was in reality. I LOVE lamb and lamb chops, having them at least once a week. This was a disappointment. :( I do think that the seasoning and then broiling the chops might be worth trying.
The weather outside was frightful and I wanted some comfort food - to me that usually means crockpot. Well this recipe filled the bill.I love my lamb chops pink but I knew crockpot chops wouldn't be pink so instead of Loin chops I used shoulder chops. I cut the recipe in half and still cooked it for 6 hours on low. I added a potaoe and used 2 small onions (the onions were my second veggie).Wonderful flavor Thanks again Dancer
LOVED this recipe! Better than the grill in my opinion and all in a crock pot which is perfect for a busy afternoon. Put some potatoes and carrots in pot with ingredients in recipe to make it a whole meal. We will make this again.
Stunningly easy. 6 and 4 year old just loved it. The easiest meal I have done in a long time, an the family just loved it.
My husband has told me never to make lamb chops any other way again. This was so easy even he could throw a fabulous meal together. I served it with couscous for a moroccan twist. Next time I'll make twice as much so that my husband will stop stealing everyone else's portions!!! Great recipe. Thanks, Dancer^
I just made this dish last night and the only thing I did different was to saute the onions based on the reviews I read. My son and my husband loved it. My husband is a very picky eater and he couldn't stop eating it. I made rice and vegetables and my son always eats the rice and skips the meat. For the first time, he only ate the meat and did not touch the rice. This is a great recipe and so easy to make. Thank you for sharing it with the rest of us.
These were GREAT! I too sauted my onion and then browned my chops in the same pan. I did let my cook at least 5 hours and they were sooooo tender, moist and flavorful. Definitely a recipe I'll use again. Thanks for a great one!
Great last minute decider for dinner. Sauted the onion first (as I do with all recipes). After 4 hrs slow cooking I removed the meat, stirred some Bisto (Gravy powder) into the remaining juices, added some boiling water (my vegie water) and stirred for a bit. After serving up my meals I returned to the crockpot and had a wonderful flavoursome gravy in the bottom. Thanks for sharing a wonderful - DEFINATE KEEPER - recipe (PS my DH just asked for it for dinner again tonight!)
Absolutely outstanding flavors in this recipe. My family loved it and enjoyed every bite. I cooked exactly 4hours and it came out so tender and juicy. Thank you!
I found the seasoning overpowering and the chops over cooked. They were almost dry.