Ginger Lamb Chops

"I love lamb chops and thought I would try something different from the usual Mint - For my taste this was simply delicious. If you haven't tried lamb "pink" do try it, once you have you will never go back to overcooked lamb!. Score the fat on the outside edges of the chops before frying."
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy
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  • Season the chops with salt& pepper.
  • Lightly spray a skillet and brown the chops on both sides over high heat (apprx 1 minute each side).
  • Add Marsala wine.
  • Spoon the marmalade over the chops.
  • Cover and finish cooking.
  • The time depends on the thickness of the chop and how well done you like them.
  • Medium/pink is apprx 3minutes per side.

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  1. MizzNezz
    The ginger is very good with the lamb! This was just the easiest ever to cook. Took a total of about 10 minutes. I served it with buttered noodles and steamed asparagus. Fit for a king!! Bergy, I love your recipes!!
  2. pinehilluk
    Excellent quick and very tasty recipe. I cooked lamb cutlets and served them on top of a bed of Pilau steamed basmati rice (Tilda make is superb). Included steamed veg. of asparagus, brocolli and leeks. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.
  3. Latchy
    This was just so simple and quick to do and very very tasty. I used Ginger Lime Marmalade and it was perfect with the chops, and I also used sherry as that is what I had. We had this with a jacket potato and mixed lettuce leaf salad.


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