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Whenever I hear the term, “lamb chops” I instantly think of fine dining and professional chefs. I mean, it’s pretty much unheard of to make lamb chops in the privacy of your own kitchen, right? Wrong! You too can have a gourmet meal that is easy to make and tastes wonderful and get it with minimal effort.
At first, I was hesitant to even attempt this recipe because I thought that I just didn’t possess the skill level needed. I mean, I’ma great cook, don’t get me wrong, but lamb chops? Isn’t this a meal that only chef’s like Wolfgang Puck can master? Nope! Any housewife, grandmother, uncle, or father can whip up this delicious meat and proudly serve it to their family and friends. I know, because I did it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Fig Tree and Olive Branch.
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Quick Tip: Make sure you purchase quality cuts of meat for this recipe. I found the best lamb chops at my local butcher shop versus buying them at a chain grocery store.