Moroccan Spiced Lamb Chops

Moroccan Spiced Lamb Chops created by Sackville

from today's paper this looks like another great weeknight meal

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  • in a small bowl combine spices.
  • sprinkle on both sides of lamb chops, save the rest for another dish.
  • heat oil in skillet, add lamb and cook 5-10 minutes per side for med rare to medium.
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  1. jacurlynengelmann
    We tried 2 different recipes and this was by far the best. I did not have all of the spices but it came out well without the cardamom, turmeric,or clove. Will definitely use this again when I cook lamb
  2. AttempttoChef
    Excellent lamb. I was in a rush trying to prepare a Shabbat meal and I tripled the ingredients since it is not enough, and always put more olive oil. i would add fresh garlic as well but did not have time to chop and made do with adding garlic powder and rosemary. I had it marinate a few hours while I prepared the rest of the dinner. Then I grilled the lamb quickly. It was wonderful. Ate this with balsamic rice, a moroccan salmon and other salad sides. Thank you! This is definitly a keeper!!
  3. Chez Kelly
    The spices were fine, but required I think twice as much as I actually used when rubbing onto both sides. I recommend going heavy on the spices, perhaps adding garlic and rosemary as others suggested.
  4. Dr. Jenny
    We served this last night for dinner and enjoyed it. It is an interesting rub. We followed Uncle Bill's suggestion and added garlic cloves and fresh rosemary. Thanks for posting.
  5. Computer Chef
    This as great. It smelled like apple pie baking but tasted nothing like that. I have made it twice once as is once with giner instead of cardamom. My family prefers the ginger version.
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