Sesame Chili and Parsley Crusted Lamb Fillets

"This is another really quick recipe to make with the end resulting in a lovely tender lamb fillet. I cooked this in a frying pan but this could also be cooked on the BBQ. I do not like my lamb overcooked and like it pink in the centre. I cook mine about 5-8 Min's a side depending on the thickness. I then cover it and let it stand for a further 5 Min's, this additional standing time cooks the lamb just the way I like, but cook as you prefer. I served mine with French Tart's Recipe#208297 which went really well with this."
 
Sesame Chili and Parsley Crusted Lamb Fillets created by The Flying Chef
Ready In:
25mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
4
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directions

  • Combine sesame seeds, chili flakes and parsley in a bowl.
  • Combine lamb fillets in a large bowl with the oil.
  • Place lamb one at a time in sesame seed mixture and coat each fillet all over.
  • Cook either on a lightly oiled grill plate, fry pan, or on the BBQ until browned on both sides and cooked as desired. Cover and stand 5 Min's then slice thickly.
  • I served mine over fruity saffron rice, but it also goes well with a crisp green salad topped with tomatoes and bocconcini.

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  1. KayBabe
    Very easy and fast. I made this for two and used 1/3 of the ingredients. I pan-fried the filet for 2 min. per side on med-high, and then for 2 min. more per side on med-low, followed by a 5-min rest before slicing. Delicious.
     
  2. The Flying Chef
    Sesame Chili and Parsley Crusted Lamb Fillets Created by The Flying Chef
  3. The Flying Chef
    Sesame Chili and Parsley Crusted Lamb Fillets Created by The Flying Chef
  4. The Flying Chef
    This is another really quick recipe to make with the end resulting in a lovely tender lamb fillet. I cooked this in a frying pan but this could also be cooked on the BBQ. I do not like my lamb overcooked and like it pink in the centre. I cook mine about 5-8 Min's a side depending on the thickness. I then cover it and let it stand for a further 5 Min's, this additional standing time cooks the lamb just the way I like, but cook as you prefer. I served mine with French Tart's Recipe#208297 which went really well with this.
     

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