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WOW! These are so good. Makes me want to say to heck with the cholesterol and eat lamb all of the time :) The trick with the rosemary is great. Really made a lot of smoke and flavored the meat perfectly. Will be having this for special meals in the future. Made for ZWT 9.
I wish I could give you more stars than five! This was OMG the BEST recipe I have ever used on this web-site. We are not lamb eaters. Have had baby chops and racks in restaurants. Followed recipe and directions as posted. Let the rub sit on the loin chops for about three hours. We really smoked out the back yard but it was sooooo worth it! Not only did they smell amazing but they tasted like we were sitting in a five star restaurant!! Nice grilled flavor, not burnt. Cooked them three minuets a side and they came out a perfect medium rare!! Thank you so much for sharing this! AWESOME!!!!!
I had hoped to make this as written, but the best laid plans..... I ended up making 2 chop and having to cook them in the broiler. I used blade chops and they turned out quite delicious. Instead of fresh rosemary I used the dry, I added some extra into the pan I broiled in, in hopes of a little rosemary smoke (I did set off the smoke alarm!) I can't wait to try these on the grill. Thanks Dr. Jenny! Made for ZWT 6 for the Unrulies Under the Influence.
Yummy tender tasty rosemary Lamb! Used 2 pounds baby lamb rack. 8 ribs. used the same amount of rub except for the salt using 1/4 teaspoon. Thanks made for ZWT 6
This is just like I grill my lamb chops and all things lamby during the summer and on the barbie - great recipe with good instructions. The taste was as expected - divine and full of rosemary smokiness! I enjoyed this for dinner last night with new potatoes and salad as accompaniments. Made for ZWT5 for the Whine and Cheese Gang - merci Dr.Jenny! FT:-)
This is almost exactly how I make my lamb chops, with the exception of eliminating the oil and adding about 2T fresh Thyme to the paste... and I've never soaked the rosemary sprigs and used for smoking. What a difference smoking the sprigs in the coals makes! I tried your method of cooking with my minor alterations and had the best chops ever last night for dinner! One additional thing I do is make twice the herb paste required and then toss quartered new potatoes with the paste and grill those with the chops (potatoes take about 20 mins)...yummy! Thanks for posting!