Prep 10 mins
Cook 12 mins
One word...delicious! I got this recipe from a 1973 Betty Crocker cookbook. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.
- Heat honey, mustard, onion salt and pepper, stirring occasionally; keep warm over low heat.
- Set oven control at broil and/or 550°F.
- Broil chops 3 inches from heat 7 minutes; brush with honey mixture.
- Turn chops; broil 5 minutes longer, brushing again with the honey mixture.
- Serve remaining glaze with chops.
I'm not big on lamb chops but this recipe changed my mind. I made them for my son and said this was the only way he'd them. Noe I'm using the same recipe on pork chops and it's just as good. The only difference is I leave the pork chops in the oven after broiling on both sides for 25 mins. at 200 degrees.
This was a lovely recipe. It was easy, quick and very tasty! The only deviation I made was to first season the chops with salt, pepper and garlic powder. Then I followed the recipe as stated. They turned out fantastic. Thank you keen5 for a super recipe.
Excellent flavor. I pan fried the chops,- seared and browned on both sides, turned the heat down to low then painted one side with the glaze flipped the chop to let the glaze brown on the chop, flipped and painted the other side and allowed it to brown. The chops were small ones but they were still pink inside and bronzed on the outside. Keen thanks for posting this is one lambchop recipe that will be made again