"These are very tasty, and make for an easy main meal to prepare. Try serving them with mashed potatoes, peas and pumpkin. " — Leslie W Dobson
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12 (5.5 ounce)
dry bread crumbs
I did this recipe with only 2 lamb shoulder round chops. I altered the recipe and added 1/3 cup honey to the egg and Worchestshire mix. I used flavored bread crumbs instead of plain. I cooked them on one side for 20 minutes and then turned them over and drizzled honey on them and cooked for another 20 minutes. They turned out juicy and delicious! Very similar to the lamb I had at a beloved Morroccan restaurant in San Francisco. Will definetly do again!
generic recipe...overall not bad but doesn't bring out the flavor of lamb specifically...could be used on beef or (without the Worcestershire) chicken. they were very moist though...i would suggest checking the chops at 10 minutes rather than 20 before turning...i did 15 and 15 and they were well done...i prefer my lamb a little redder.
I had some lamb chops in the freezer that needed to be used and this recipe did the trick! As other users suggested, I used half soy and half worcestershire sauce and marinated the chops in the egg mixture for about 1/2 hour before cooking. I also used seasoned bread crumbs and added garlic powder and a bit of fresh-grated parmesan to the coating. I baked for a total of about 35 minutes and the chops came out wonderfully tender and flavorful - really delicious! I will definitely make again and may try this same mix on pork chops as well. Just to update this review - I used this recipe with pork chops this week and it was great! The first time my baked pork chops have come out tender and juicy!
My husband (the lamb lover) goes crazy over this recipe. I do add 2 tbspn dried parsley to the bread crumbs & lightly spinkle with Lawry's meat seasoning for a flavor boost. It turns out perfect every time (although cook time may vary according to thickness of the chops - cook to 170 for med. rare or 180 for medium.)
easy to make!!, the kids liked it. didn't have any worcestershire sauce so I subsituted with soy sauce it came out very good. The only thing I would suggest is spraying down the pan maybe with a little Pam so the chops don't stick.
I tried lamb a few times in the past, but never enjoyed it like I did this recipe. It was very easy, and my fiance loved it!!!!!!!!!!!
I added oregano, garlic powder, pepper, and Chef Paul's Poultry Magic. It came out very good and very easy to make. Next time I will reduce cooking time by 15 so the lamb chops are medium rare. The 40 mins the recipe calls for made them turn out well done.
This was my second attempt at lamb. the first time was a complete disaster but the it wasn't great. so i was very pleased with this dish. i added honey to the egg mixture as well as a pinch of cayenne pepper for a little kick. just remember not to cover when you put in the oven or the bread crumbs won't crisps. overall a good dish, i will make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked Lamb Chops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 407
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