Top Rated Lamb Chop Recipes

Baby lamb chops
These quick and easy lamb chops are served with an eggplant caponata and topped with a bright and refreshing mint vinaigrette. 
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Lamb Chops with Fava Beans
In Italian, this dish is called Agenello Scottadito con Fave alla Romana, which translates to “Burn your finger” lamb chops with fava beans, Roman-style. We love to enjoy it when favas are young and fresh enough to eat raw or just barely cooked with olive oil and lemon juice.Click here to see In Season: Fava Beans.
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Habesha Lamb Chops
One of the best things about cooking with lamb is that it is capable of taking on and complementing a variety of flavors. The chutney that tops this grilled lamb pairs with the meat perfectly, while the whole milk yogurt marinade adds a delectable texture to the entrée. 
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Grilled Lamb Chops with Cherry Salsa
Sweet cherries make a flavorful salsa to go with lamb chops rubbed with sea salt and lime zest. Click here to see In Season: Cherries.
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Kiwi
This quick and easy dinner recipe is sure to please even the most finnicky guests. For an even more impressive presentation, ask the butcher to french the lamb chops for you.
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A delicious, easy-to-prepare main dish that is great to serve when entertaining in the summer from chef Michelle Weaver of Charleston Grill in Charleston, S.C.
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Created by Cooking Planit's culinary director chef Emily Wilson, this recipe reinvents the lamb chop. blend of fresh oregano and salty pistachio nuts proves to be the perfect crust to a tender lamb chop in this recipe. There's no flour and eggs in this recipe, though, because it uses creamy and decadent goat cheese to get the breading to stick. 
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Lamb I Love You: Chops
There are two reasons why I’m not a vegetarian: bacon and lamb. Lamb chops are the fastest and most deliciously meaty meal I know. You can be bold with seasoning (think curry) or keep it simple. In this recipe, I go classic with garlic and rosemary, placed on the bottom of the pan. By the time the lamb is done, they’re too charred to eat, but the meat retains their flavor. I suggest you serve these chops alongside Curry Sauteed Kale or Curry-Carrot Soup. Excerpted from COOKING SOLO, © 2016 by Klancy Miller. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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The Zahav Lamb Shoulder
One night in 2006, as the executive chef of Marigold Kitchen, I was preparing a dinner at the James Beard House in New York. By the time we finished up, our crew was hungry and exhausted. We rolled into Momofuku Ssäm Bar around midnight, and several minutes later were presented with an entire slow-cooked pork shoulder, crackling on the outside and soft and juicy on the inside. With the familiarity of a kitchen team that had just worked a 14-hour shift, we devoured the whole thing.The Zahav Lamb Shoulder was born that night on the drive home. It was also possibly responsible for keeping me from falling asleep at the wheel. Next to our hummus, this is the dish that put Zahav on the map. We brine a whole lamb shoulder and smoke it over hardwood for a couple of hours. Then we braise it in pomegranate molasses until the meat is tender enough to eat with a spoon. Finally, the lamb shoulder is finished in a hot oven to crisp up the exterior. This dish is the best of all possible worlds — smoky and crispy, soft and tender, sweet and savory — and it’s a celebration all by itself. The use of pomegranate in this dish (and the crispy rice we serve with it) is very Persian, which is a cuisine with tradition so rich it always makes me think of palaces and royal banquets. The chickpeas recall the humble chamin, a traditional Sabbath stew that’s slow-baked overnight.Chickpeas, the underrated star of this dish, recall the humble chamin, a traditional Sabbath stew that’s slow-baked overnight. During the long braise, the lamb bones create a natural stock that is absorbed by the chickpeas, creating the richest, creamiest peas you’ve ever tasted. I’ve even made hummus with these chickpeas — totally decadent!Preparing the lamb shoulder is a two- or three-day process and thus requires some advance planning. We go through about sixty shoulders a week at the restaurant, and it’s still not enough. If you’ve ever been disappointed at Zahav, chances are it’s because we didn’t have a lamb shoulder for you. Now, you can make it for yourself.We smoke our lamb shoulders at Percy Street Barbecue. If you have a smoker, feel free to smoke the lamb. Or just roast the shoulder as the recipe indicates.From Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking, ©2015 by Michael Solomonov and Steven Cook. Reproduced by permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.
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In our house we love lamb. We enjoy rack of lamb on Sunday’s and in the summer we love beef or chicken kabobs. We also love herb filled roasted chickens. My Rosemary Herb Marinade goes with so many great dishes. I love to keep some aside and add to a gravy! I am Italian and many of these dishes go great with gravy to either dip bread or Popovers This marinade is perfect for 2 pounds of protein. For this recipe and other entertaining tips from Cindy's Table, click here.
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Quick Cured Slow-Roasted Salmon With a Twist
Aromatic gin is the secret ingredient in this tasty salmon dish, imparting its distinct flavors of thyme, juniper, coriander, and fennel and complementing the rich salmon perfectly.This recipe, written by Adonija Tienou of Chicago, is courtesy of Sitka Salmon Shares.
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Grilled Lamb Chops
The simple rub we use on lamb chops imparts the fragrance of the Greek kitchen — that appetizing scent of garlic and dried oregano. You can use the same rub on grilled chicken. If you trim your own lamb, save the fat to tuck between cubes of lamb when you grill souvlaki. Set manners aside when you serve these ribs; to get every nugget of succulent meat, you’ll need to pick the chops up. For the Kokkari Dressing recipe.Click here to see Best Spring Lamb Recipes.
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