Category: Lamb Loin
Broiled American lamb chops are perfect for a week night dinner, but fancy enough for an Easter feast. These 1 inch thick loin chops come together in only 30 minutes and cook in a garlic infused oil that will have all your guests coming back for seconds!
In this loin chop recipe, bold Middle Eastern flavors highlight the juicy, tender lamb.
Spice-rubbed lamb loin chops get an extra pop of flavor from an easy salsa made of sweet, fresh mango and fresh mint.
This fresh, zesty recipe incorporates two types of fresh mint, oranges, and lamb tenderloin and is courtesy of Edward Leonard, Vice President/Corporate Chef of Le Cordon Bleu Schools in North America.
Marinate time: 1 to 2 hours
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The ginger in this recipe adds a delightful twist to your ordinary lamb chops.
Chef Joachim Buchner, CMC
Chef Tim Love created a scrumptious Loin Chop recipe that is great for serving to family and friends.
Recipe from Chef Tim Love, Lonesome Dove Bistro (Fort Worth, Texas)
This delicious Spiced American Lamb Loin Chops with Warm Georgia Peach Relish recipe is quick and easy to prepare and will definitely satisfy!
Chef Jeremy Barlow of Tayst Restaurant in Nashville shared this sausage-stuffed lamb saddle recipe. (Ask your butcher about lamb saddle if you’re not familiar with the cut.) This recipe takes a bit more preparation—it’s perfect for a lazy day cooking with friends--but the result is worth it!
Chef Brooke Vosika of the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, adds two types of cranberries as well as apples to enhance double-cut lamb chops.