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Pomegranate Grilled Lamb Shoulder Chops With Fresh Mint And Orange Sauce

Food.Wishes's picture
Growing up, one of my favorite “special occasion” meals was grilled lamb chops, and of course the always present, bright green, jar of mint jelly. What a great combination! Now, this just wasn’t my Mom’s secret combo, every restaurant we ever dined at, that served lamb chops would always serve the same green (artificially colored of course) jelly, just like at home. So, you can image my surprise and confusion, when arriving in San Francisco to start my culinary career, discovering that there was no green mint jelly. I remember talking about a lamb special that was going on the menu of a Café I was working, and the Chef and a few of us cooks were throwing around ideas for a sauce. I said something like, “what about a classic green mint jelly?” Wow, they all looked at me like we were at a heavy metal music convention and I just suggested throwing on some Bee Gees. Apparently green jelly was something only housewives still served with lamb and we were way too culinarily advanced to consider such a clichéd pairing. How embarrassing! I learned that day that it’s not enough that certain foods taste good together, but you also have to consider the fashion of the times.
Ingredients
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Directions

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Mediterranean
Course: 
Main Dish
Feel: 
Meaty, Smooth
Method: 
Grilling
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Servings: 
2
This lamb chop recipe will transport you to the Mediterranean while you prepare it in your backyard during a summer barbecue party. The pomegranate juice glazed lamb chops with the orange mint sauce, taste so authentically, exotically Turkish-Moroccan. Its a fantastic grilled lamb recipe.

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Anonymous's picture
well how much mint???