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This was delicious! My husband and I don't eat a lot of lamb, mostly because while on our honeymoon...we had to eat it every night! But we loved it! We had 2in chops and I cooked the meal on 350 for 15 min and 425 for 20 min Then finished it in the broiler for 5 min. We served it with buttered corn and scalloped potatoes. FANTASTIC. Will have it again definitely!!!!

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Bean August 08, 2003

Flora, your recipe is terrific! I seldom cook lamb because I'm never sure how to do it. This was simple and delicious, and I followed it exactly.

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Granny Connie April 17, 2006

This was delicious. I am a lamb-chop fanatic, and I usually just grill or broil them because I love the lamb flavour, but this actually helped accentuate the taste. I combined the rosemary with the bread crumbs. I let them sit for a while to help the coating stay on. I broiled them until browned, and then finished them in a 325 degree oven. I was a little "careful" with the dijon, but next time I will use more. (And there definitely will be a next time!) I served them with English-style mint sauce which is much more tart than mint jelly. It is vinegar based and not nearly as sweet at mint jelly. I can't eat lamb chops without it! Thank you Flora!

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Paja March 09, 2003

This dish is very flexible; you can use mustard and rosemary to taste. We've never served with mint jelly but we haven't missed it.

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deq July 22, 2007

This was absoultly exceptional. Quick, Easy, darn near foolproof. With enough complex flavor to serve to guests. Tonight we served it with http://www.recipezaar.com/12619 Balsamic Asparagus, which complemented it. We also served yukon gold potatoes and a Central California Red Zinfandel. I would suggest to the reader to experiment with the dijon mustard used. I used the one that rhymes with Ray Coupon, as not to advertise name brand products on the website.

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LordNeuf July 06, 2006

I liked the rosemary & lamb but I think that I would chop it next time and combine it with the crumbs, I baked them standing for the first 15 minutes and then flipped them on their side under the grill for a couple of minute each side. Be careful not to use too much rosemary Thanks Flora for a tasty dinner

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Bergy July 21, 2004
Lamb Chops