Mustard Lamb Chops

"This is a very tasty recipe for a more economical cut of lamb. It has a beautiful color when finished and looks attractive to serve. Try a bit of Horseradish with them - excellent flavor combo"
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  • Combine, crumbs, thyme, garlic& Pepper.
  • Stir in 3 tbsp of mustard.
  • Brush chops all over with the remaining mustard.
  • Broil 4" from heat source for 5 minutes.
  • Turn over and spread crumb mixture on top of chops.
  • Broil,for 2-3 minutes or until desired doneness and the topping is golden.

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  1. My husband and I thought your chops were delicioso. Very easy to prepare and the were tender and juicy. The topping is a nice touch and we reallllllly liked the mustard flavor. Great recipe.
  2. I thought this was really quite good. The lamb came out almost buttery tasting and very tender. I cooked mine quite a bit longer as we prefer ours cooked less rare. Thanks for an eacy, tasty recipe.
  3. Quick and easy, nice flavour and like the 'crunch' of the topping.
  4. I was looking for something quick and tasty, and this filled the bill! My husband loved it! Thanks!
  5. I had to find a fast recipe at the last minute with ingredients that I already had on hand. I'd always braised shoulder chops before and thought that was necesary for this cut, but these were great - not tough, and the topping was very tasty! We loved them served with basmati rice and peas.


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