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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!!!!
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.
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!
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.
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.
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