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My family was not happy with this recipe. The only way to make it edible was to scrape all the crust off. The first time for my daughter eating lamb she loved it minus the crust.

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bkaintz January 22, 2013

I made this recipe for the frist time for my husband and his parents;
not knowing if they would like it or not . when they were eating it they loved it
Thank You for such a good recipe.
Roberta

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rangersgirl March 20, 2011

Good easy recipe.. I added a little brown sugar to make it sweet.

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chubbiebear26 February 03, 2009

These were great Jen and so simple to put together, we loved the mint flavour on the breadcrumb crust. Thanks for sharing.

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Evie* December 13, 2006

Jen these are really yummy and so easy to put together. The mint jelly holds the breadcrumbs together really well. Loin chops are getting expensive and by adding the breadcrumb mixture I find it makes them go a bit further ;) Definite favourites cookbook for us.

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Jewelies June 18, 2006

It was a 'JenT night' round at our place tonight! These were great Jen! Really simple & tasty. Even the kids gobbled them up! I was so pleased to use up some of the Mint Jelly I had floating around. I served our chops with roast potatoes & corn on the cob (basically the only veges the kids eat these days!). For dessert, I served them up your Quick Steamed Pudding (#126048) with cream. Yum! A winter comfort food night for my family. Thanks again Jen :)

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delnz99 May 30, 2006
Lamb Chops With Mint Jelly Crust