Four Ways to Cook Tasty Lamb Chops
One of the easier dishes to prepare is lamb chops. Lamb chops are perfect for a large dinner party or a nice, quiet night in alone.
When it comes to preparing meats for meals, other meats have many different ways in which they can be prepared. Lamb chops are not nearly as common as beef or pork, so you may not know the best way to prepare them.
Today, let’s look at four ways that you can prepare tasty lamb chops for a small dinner for two or a large party.
Seasoning the Lamb Chops - Before you start cooking, you have to season the lamb chops to give them some flavor. Casa M Spice Co™ has the Best Rub for Lamb Chops. Good Shepherd™ lamb seasoning combines all natural ingredients like black pepper, mustard, and earthy spices for mouth-watering flavor. The natural flavor of the lamb stands out even more with the addition of this great spice rub.
Stovetop Cooking - One way you can cook lamb chops is by placing them in a pan on the stovetop. Let one side cook for four minutes, then flip and let the other side cook for four minutes. The lamb chops should sizzle from the beginning and come out with a nice browned coloring on all sides. Once done on the stove, you can place them on a serving dish and keep warm in the oven until serving. You can serve these with a gravy made from chopped onion and either lamb or beef broth. If you prefer, you can add cornstarch to make the broth thicker.
Oven Roasted - Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and begin preparing a tray to cook your lamb chops. Line the tray with parchment paper, place chopped onions on top of the lamb chops, which should be centered on the tray. Let them cook for 20 minutes and make sure to turn the chops at the 10-minute mark for even cooking.
Slow Cooked - Start by placing a cut up onion into a slow cooker. Use a rub for the lamb chops to add seasoning. Place the lamb chops over the onion layer. You can also have lamb or beef broth to make the finished product juicier, if you prefer. Keep the slow cooker on low for four to six hours until the meat is easy to pull apart.
Grilled - When grilling lamb chops, you want to start by removing the fat from the edges. The fat in the middle of the meat is a flavor builder, but the fat at the edges doesn’t really have an impact and can increase the risk of flare-ups while cooking. Preheat your grill to medium-high heat, add the chops, salt lightly, then sprinkle on Good Shepherd™ or Uncontrolled Good Shepherd™ generously and allow to be kissed by the flames until you’re ready to flip them (roughly 3-5 minutes depending on the size of the chops) and repeat the process. That’s it. Pull them when they are medium-rare.
Lamb chops can be a great dish, so go ahead and try preparing them in one of the four ways described above.
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