Mediterranean-Style Grilled Lamb Chops With Fresh Mint And Orange Jelly
As you know I'm big on cooking fresh, local food whenever possible. But, there are times when you have to make exceptions, and these lamb chops are a great example. While browsing the local market I saw a sale on Australian lamb chops. They were perfectly trimmed, exactly the same thickness, and neatly packaged in one-pound containers. These lamb chops are basically the same cut as a beef T-bone steak, with a strip loin on one side, and a tenderloin on the other. In this chef's opinion, they are the ultimate cut for grilled lamb. I decided on a mish-mash of Mediterranean herbs and spices, with the secret ingredient being a small dash of cinnamon. There is something about cinnamon that really pairs perfectly with grilled lamb. I also love mint jelly on grilled lamb, but I have a reputation to worry about, so instead of the green stuff in the glass jar, I made a quick, homemade version that you will love. This was the best tasting lamb I've had in a long time, and while it wasn't local, it was damn good. Enjoy!
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Difficulty Level:Very Easy
Cook Time:15 Minutes
This lamb chop recipe will transport you to the Mediterranean while you prepare it in your backyard during a summer barbecue party. The unbelievably aromatic, glazed lamb chops with the orange mint sauce, taste so authentically, exotically Greek-Moroccan. It's a fantastic lamb chop recipe that is sure to get your mouth watering!