Glazed Lamb Chops

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Are you ready for the tastiest Glazed Lamb Chops? The juiciest and most tender Lamb Chops seasoned with the perfect amount of salt, black pepper, ginger and a hint of delicious Cajun!

Within minutes, you will have your honey coated glazed lamb chops, served up, ready for friends and family, on a bed of easy and simple mash!



The most delicious Glazed Lamb Chops

These delicious Glazed Lamb Chops are so quick to make with such a satisfying taste, ready for your family and friends.
Deliciously scrumptious Lamb Chops

Simply and tasty Glazed Lamb Chops in no time at all!

I just can’t get enough of these Glazed Lamb Chops and the best thing about them, is how quick the dish can be put together.

The idea of lamb chops can sound so intimidating to prepare sometimes but if you haven’t cooked it before, don’t you worry, it’s simple!

The lamb chops soak up the delicious flavours of the seasonings and then are coated with a mix of honey and soy sauce, giving it that shiny glazed finish. You’ll be getting 10 out of 10 for presentation, quality and taste for such a satisfying dish; taking you just a few minutes to put together!


Easy and Simple Bed of Mash

In just a few simple steps and ingredients, you most probably already have at home, you can put together your very own mashed potato as the perfect base for your glazed lamb chops.

Why mash potatoes? Well, the mashed potatoes create not only the perfect combination of explosive taste with the lamb chops, but also fills the serving dish, giving a perfect finish to your table.


Satisfying Glazed Lamb Chops put together in minutes!

With a bit of honey and soy sauce, this thickened sauce gives your lamb chops the perfect glaze!
Glazed and delicious Lamb Chops

What ingredients do you need?

For your Glazed Lamb Chops, you will need:

  • Lamb Chops
  • Butter
  • Garlic
  • Black Pepper
  • Garlic Powder
  • Ground Turmeric
  • Ground Ginger
  • Cajun Seasoning
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt
  • Soy Sauce
  • Honey

For your mash, you will need:

  • Potatoes
  • Butter
  • Milk or single cream
  • Black peppers
  • Salt to taste

Step by step

How to prep your lamb chops

Start by washing your lamb chops and patting them dry. Then, add all the seasoning, black pepper, garlic powder, ground turmeric, ground ginger and, cajun to your lamb chops.

A mixture of seasoning added to your lamb chops to give you that perfect taste.

Spread the butter onto your cast iron pan on low heat until it starts to melt (this shouldn’t take too long). Slowly add the lamb chops one by one.

Add all the garlic cloves onto the pan.

Add your butter and cloves of garlic to your lamb chops to marinate together and give you that explosive taste.
You can add a little extra butter, bit by bit, if you find that the pan is drying up and the meat is starting to stick.

Cook the lamb chops on one side on medium to high heat for about 7 to 8 minutes then flip them over. If you find the heat is too high, for example, the butter or the garlic is beginning to melt, turn down the heat.

Within minutes, your lamb chops will be cooked and ready to serve.

After removing the lamb chops, in the same cast iron pan, add the soy sauce with the honey and let that simmer for 2 minutes.

Dip the lamb chops back into the pan to coat them on both sides.

Once both sides are coated in sauce, keep the lamb chops in the pan and put in a preheated oven (180 degrees) for 10 minutes. This is to tenderize the meat and the sauce will thicken to become a shiny glazed layer.

How to make you mash:

Start by washing, peeling, cutting and boiling your potatoes. While on boil, add a generous amount of salt. Once fully boiled, and a fork can go through the potato, drain the potatoes.

Add butter to the drained potatoes.

Boil your potatoes enough that your fork goes all the way through, then mash with butter and milk.
Your boiled potatoes ready for mashing

Then, add half a cup of full fat milk or single cream, if you prefer.

Season with salt and black pepper.

Coat your serving dish with the mash, place the lamb chops on top, and enjoy 🙂


Top Tips

When cooking the lamb chops, I used infused olive oil (infused with garlic and rosemary) for added taste, but normal olive oil works just as well.

Lamb chops should be cooked on high heat and quite quickly to keep the taste locked in.

A wide selection of spices go well with lamb so mix and match as you wish 🙂



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Glazed Lamb Chops

Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 20 min Total Time 30 mins Servings: 6

Ingredients

Glazed Lamb Chops

Mashed Potatoes

Instructions

How to make Glazed Lamb Chops

  1. Begin by adding olive oil to your cast iron pan on low heat. Add the butter until it starts to melt (this shouldn't take too long).

  2. Once butter has melted, slowly add the lamb chops one by one into the cast iron pan. You can add a little extra butter bit by bit if you find that the pan is drying up and the meat is starting to stick.

  3. Add all the garlic cloves onto the pan.

  4. Cook the lamb chops on one side on medium to high heat for about 7 to 8 minutes then flip them over. If you find the heat is too high, for example, the butter or the garlic is beginning to melt, turn down the heat.

  5. After removing the lamb chops, in the same cast iron pan, add the soy sauce with the honey and let that simmer for 2 minutes.

  6. Dip the lamb chops back into the pan to coat them on both sides.

  7. Once both sides are coated in sauce, keep the lamb chops in the pan and put in a preheated oven (180 degrees) for 10 minutes. This is tenderize the meat and the sauce will thicken to become a shiny glazed layer.

How to make Mashed Potatoes

  1. Start by washing, peeling, cutting and boiling your potatoes. While on boil, add a generous amount of salt.

  2. Once fully boiled, and a fork can go through the potato, drain them and mash.

  3. Add the butter and half a cup of full fat milk or single cream, if you prefer.

  4. Season with salt and black pepper.

  5. Coat your serving dish with the mash, place the lamb chops on top, and enjoy :)

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I'm Nelly, the recipes I share here are inspired by the people, cultures and places beloved to me. Peanutswirls represents my love for food, cooking and hosting. I hope to share with you a taste of the Middle East influnced by my upbringing in the West.

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