Lamb Chops with Cracked Pepper and Rosemary recipe is another definite 10+ recipe. The cracker pepper adds an elegance plus a delicious flavor to these perfectly cooked lamb chops – the chops were so tender.
I am a huge fan of lamb, plus it is a favorite meat of my family. My husband raved about this dinner. This recipe will definitely impress anyone you serve them to. So, serve lamb it at your next dinner party.
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Place pepper on a plate and press each chop firmly into pepper and press in with your hands.
In a heavy frying pan (I use my cast-iron frying pan) over medium-high heat, add olive oil and heat. Add peppered lamb chops and sear on bothsides. Sprinkle lamb chops with salt. Reduce heat to medium (do not degrease the pan). Add beef broth and lemon juice; continue to cook until the lamb chops reach the desired doneness, approximately 2 to 3 minutes for medium rare and an internal thermometer registers 120 degrees F. (use a meat thermometer to test for doneness).
Remove lamb chops to an oven-safe platter, cover loosely with aluminum foil, and keep warm in a 200 degree F. oven until ready to serve (needs to let rest 5 to 10 minutes before serving). NOTE: During this time the meat continues to cook (meat temperature will rise 5 to 10 degrees after it is removed from the heat source) and the juices redistribute.
Continue to cook the sauce, scraping any pieces of meat off the bottom of the pan and stirring them into the sauce. Let the liquid boil until liquid is reduced to a shiny glaze. Remove from heat. Whisk in butter and fresh rosemary.
Remove lamb chops from the oven. Add any lamb juices to the sauce. Spoon sauce over chops and serve.
* The loin is also a very tender, prized section of the lamb that is usually sold cut into chops. Loin chops are slightly leaner than rib chops and lack the rib bone.
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