BBQ Hinty Minty Lamb Chops

"Superb combination of flavors! Lamb is a heavenly meat once you acquire a taste for it. Serve lamb with fresh peas, baby carrots and new potatoes MMMmmmmmm"
BBQ Hinty Minty Lamb Chops created by Bergy
Ready In:
3hrs 17mins




  • Combine all the marinade ingredients and mix well.
  • Place chops in a large zip lock bag.
  • Pour marinade into the bag with the chops,seal bag.
  • Place in refrigerator for 2-3 hours, turn several times to coat the chops.
  • Heat BBQ to medium High.
  • Have heat 5" from the chops.
  • Sear chops for 5 minutes.
  • Turn heat down to medium low and cook for a further 12 minutes, brush with the marinade.
  • Adjust this time to suit how you like your chops.
  • Garnish with mint leaves& serve.

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  1. Bergy
    BBQ Hinty Minty Lamb Chops Created by Bergy
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  3. sams1
    Cooked this for my parents - using a rack of lamb and baking on the BBQ - needed extra liquid for the baking but they loved the flavour - and it turned out moist and tender. Thanks for a great recipe Bergy!
  4. Kaarin
    The perfect lamb marinade! I would not change anything; this was so good! A recipe I will use many times. Thanks!
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    BBQ Hinty Minty Lamb Chops Created by Jewelies


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