Lamb Chops With Deviled Bananas

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

I really cannot remember where I first got this recipe, but it has been in my family for ages. My kid's friends all expressed "concern" about the ingredients, but they also licked the plate clean :) If you think you need too, you can add a little water to stop the chops from sticking or burning, just adds to the sauce, which everyone seems to love. You can also do these on the barbecue.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brush mixture lightly on both sides of meat, and fry in a butter-oil mixture for 7 minutes each side, medium to low heat, until done.
  2. If it starts to stick, you can add a little water to the pan, as the chops don't have to be fried, just cooked.
  3. Remove chops, add a little more butter, and add 4 large sliced bananas with any leftover marinade.
  4. Sprinkle with a little brown sugar and cinnamon.
  5. Toss around till hot and coated with mixture, spoon over chops.
  6. Serve with Mashed Potatoes and green veg.
  7. And bread to mop up the sauce.


Most Helpful

I made this for the Aus/NZ Swap #38. Because of my DH's preference, I made these with Pork chops (I love lamb!). They were juicy, tasty and tender. And the bananas! Yum! I've made them on the grill before; now I know I can make them anytime! Thanks for sharing.

Chef TraceyMae March 15, 2010

I expected this to have a little more flavour and kick to it, so that Is why I think I was a little disappointed.

djmastermum July 06, 2008

WOW. I was wondering about the combination of flavours in general and especially paired with lamb. I did make this with french trimmed lamb chops as this is what I had on hand. This was amazing even my son said goodness this ice tea tastes like water compaired with all the flavour of the dish I have just eaten. This is a wonderful different dish that I can strongly recommend I think my whole family would back me there. What is strange I do not like bananas a whole lot and loved them with this. I served mine with orange sweet potato and platain chips (more of a savoury bannana.) This is really excellent, thanks for sharing.

The Flying Chef March 31, 2008

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