Servings: 4 · Prep Time: 3 mins · Cooking Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 13 mins
Dinner | Lunch
Lamb chops have a delicious and very distinctive flavour. They are also very British. The best thing of all, is that sheep tend to always live a very natural life and rarely get force fed or bought up living in a shed! Plus you can cook them in less than 6 minutes!
- Lamb Chops
- Garlic (8 cloves)
- Dried Thyme (2 tbsp)
- Parsley (3 tbsp)
- Butter (3 tbsp)
- Thyme (optional)
- Lemon Juice (3 tbsp)
- Salt & Pepper (to taste)
Season the lamb with salt, pepper and dried thyme. Add olive oil to a frying pan and heat until piping hot. Add the lamb chops and sliced garlic and cook on a high heat until the chops are browned, (normally 3 to 4 minutes). Turn the chops over and cook the other side.
To make the sauce. Transfer the chops to a warm plate, leaving the garlic in the skillet. Add a couple of tablespoons of water, lemon juice, chopped fresh parley, butter and black pepper to the garlic and cook for a minute or two.
If you want even more sauce and a creamier version, you could always stir in some cream at the end.
Garnish with a sprig of Thyme if you have it and serve with your favourite veg.