Excellent!! We 1” thick cut chops. Used all the ingredients, turned down the temperature on the stove (15-20 degrees), increased the the cooking time by 1-1/2 minutes per side, reached an internal temperature of 120*, slide the pan off the he burner and off to the side, 3-4 minutes, checked the internal temperature once more, 130*, severed with ours sides. The best pork chops we have ever had!!
You all Nailed It. Thank you sooo much.
Planning on making this shortly, though no mention of how much crushed red pepper to use..
I thought this recipe was great. I burner has a weird idea of what moderately high heat is though because the house got smokey fast. Unfortunately the exhaust fan busted. I seared well but burned the garlic. Quickly recovered with new garlic. Had to leave the chops in a little longer as they were thicker. When i added the water and lemon to that hot pan, my husband got a workout fanning the front door with the smoke alarms blaring! It was great fun to make and came out great in the end. Will make again on a lower heat lol
I love this recipe! I’ve made it many times. You just have to know how long to cook the lamb to your liking. I cook mine about 5-6 minutes on one side, then about 3-4 minutes on the other side. I also prepare and cook the lamb before the sides so it could sit and absorb the flavors of the sauce for awhile. I also triple the ingredients of the sauce. Delicious!
I loved this recipe so simple so tasty just an awesome combination of flavours, I added mint because I had mint to use but it didn't really show above the original ingredients, I saw someone made a comment about the chops being raw, every stove or barbeque has different cook times, anyway thanks for the great recipe.
Yes, I made changes in the ingredients and substituted of what's available in my pantry. Since I've mistaken beef in my fridge as lamb and already found your recipe, I just got along with it. Then replaced also the dried cherries and apricots in your recipe with dried prunes and dried cranberries. Voila!!! It tasted good to my surprise! So excited to follow your original recipe next time coz we love lamb. Thank you ☺️
So simple but elegant! The garlic is perfect. I added sautéed mushrooms !
PERFECTION. I added more lemon and olive oil than the recipe called for. This recipe is delicious. Will be making it many times to come!
I grew up in a family of chefs. This is a wonderful delicious recipe. I love the addition of red pepper flakes. It adds the perfect amount of zip. The cooking time was perfect. Yes, for rare. For all the complainers about the meat being raw, lamb chops should be served rare to medium rare. You don’t know gourmet food if you’re whining about the temp being to rare. Great recipe! And I had a garden box of fresh herbs to pick the from! My dear brother in law one of the finest chefs ever is looking down at me from heaven applauding.
Chops were rare & raw so had to double cooking time while rest of dish is getting cold
I like my lamb very rare. Others do not like to hear baa baa baa while eating so I will had a bit of time to the cooking.
My lamb chops came out raw. I followed your directions and added more time for the thickness. Made my vegetables and the rest of the dinner get overdone and cold waiting for them to get done. disappointed.
fast easy delicious
The flavor is amazing. But my lamb chops were rare/raw. I had to triple the cooking time.
Never made lamb chops before, and I hit the jackpot with this recipe! Made this for Easter dinner and it was a HUGE hit. Saved it to Pinterest. Served with mashed potatoes, salad, and carrots. Yummy!
Fast, simple, and delicious, some key elements! Whether you're cooking for the family or want to impress a date, this recipe is a winner!! I took some advice and doubled the sauce, and that was definitely the way to go. I also used more garlic, but I do that in almost every recipe because I love it.
Perfect! Perfect! I did use a little more garlic and the cast pan makes all the difference
I cooked this exactly like the recipe says and it was wonderful! I like my lamb a little on the rare side so I cut the time by just a bit, but still yummy!!
absolutely delicious. Was wondering what the nutritional value information for this is
Home run delicious! After reading comments below, I too made in a cast-iron skillet, and doubled the liquid for a liberal glaze. Cooked a little longer than directions to sear the sides. Will make again!
I prepared it exactly as directed and was very satisfied with the results. The lamb was tender and the flavor was perfect. I definitely will make this recipe again.
Love this recipe!!!! Makes the best lamb chops ever!!!! Absolutely delicious!!!!
This was my first time ever making lamb and it turned out so good! I used a cast iron skillet and the sear was delish. I will definitely be making this again. Thanks for such a tasty but straightforward recipe. I feel so much more competent in the kitchen with recipes like these. :)
This has become my absolute favorite lamb chop recipe. So delicious. The lemony sauce, big garlic chunks and thyme, classic...
So flavorful! We served our lamb chops with steamed broccoli and herb/EVOO marinated goat cheese. The flavors were perfect together. The only change is we cooked 6 chops (not 8) and also added a pat of butter to the lemon/water/parsley mix (more than a teaspoon/less than a tablespoon) so we had extra 'sauce' for the broccoli.
I tried it and it turned out great thanks
This is sooooo delicious!! I make it with garlicky buttered green beans...just a little note if you are making a larger serving I heat oven and keep chops warm in there and do not add the garlic till last batch just to keep them from burning!! Everyone loves this recipe! Super simple super delicious!!
Silly Question... Is the garlic left unpeeled ?
The recipe was excellent! Paired with oven roasted Brussels. It was perfect.
Made as directed. FABULOUS! Paired it with cauliflower mash and asparagus just FABULOUS!
We used 1.25" chops - cooked 4 min per side then finished in the broiler for another 2 minutes - result was our preferred medium. Excellent flavor! Enjoyed with roasted carrots, and beets with feta. We will try a milder garlic next time - black garlic anyone?!
If you are cooking a smaller amount I would take extra care to render the fat. I also personally heat up the oil a little more than they did in the video. Good simple recipe.
Excellent recipe and easy to follow!!! We love trying to new recipes and stumbling across this one was a huge plus. We paired our lamb chops with homemade baby red garlic Parmesan mashed potatoes! We’ll definitely be using this recipe again - very pleased with the end result.
Thanks for the recipe, I added a little surf and turf twist to it.
Absolutely delicious! I served with brusselsprouts and it was the perfect compliment. Only thing I wished is that I had more sauce!
Followed directions just so. Absolutely delicious. Will make continuously.
This makes me hungry. Usually, I have no appetite and really don't care to eat much of anything. I remember there was a woman named Jory Graham that had cancer and had a hard time wanting to eat anything. She put together a cookbook for people struggling with eating problems. Perhaps you could find this cookbook that might help you?
Was Totally amazing. I did use thicker chops, just added a bit more time. Made it for Christmas Eve dinner and my husband said it was the best gift ever!
I'm going to try your recipe and the process of cooking them!! This is mouth watering. Pretty sure my dad will love this. Thank you
Love it! Easy and tasty!
Great flavor and taste. Next time I'll use thinner chops.
Very nice recipe. I'm not sure the large garlic pieces do anything for the meat or the sauce.