Grilled Lamb Chops With Lemon and Olive Relish

"These simple grilled lamb chops are served with a relish made with grilled lemons, olives and fresh herbs."
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  • Prepare the grill for direct and indirect cooking.
  • Brush the onions with oil and season with salt and pepper.
  • Place the onions and lemons on the outside edges of the grill so they don't scorch.
  • Grill the lemons, turning once, about 1 minute; the onions 6 to 8.
  • Allow the lemons and onions to cool, then chop together until they form a paste; transfer to a bowl.
  • To the bowl add: olives, parsley, oregano, garlic, and 6 tablespoons olive oil; season with pepper and stir.
  • Rub the lamb chops with oil and season generously with salt and pepper.
  • Grill chops 5 minutes, turning once, then turn on fatty side for 1 minute and bone side for 1 minute; let rest 2 minutes then serve with relish.

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  1. Superb taste of Greece, the relish is just wonderful and I can see lots of uses for it. Quality of the olives is really important I think here. Thank you so much for posting this lovely recipe. Made for ZWT6


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