There is nothing better than fresh, succulent, straight-off-the-grill lamb chops to get your curry night started. This Pakistani recipe marches lamb chops in our Lahori spice blend before grilling or barbecuing. You'll be amazed at how simple and easy you can make Indian Lamb Chops at home, but more importantly, you'll be blown away by the fantastic taste! This is a must-try recipe from Aagrah Foods.
How long does it take to cool Lahori Lamb Chops?
These Lahori Lamb Chops, after marinating for at least 2 hours before cooking, will take approximately 5 minutes to prepare and roughly 10 minutes to cook. This recipe will serve two people making this dish the ideal starter for entertaining a dinner guest.
What can you serve with Lahori Lamb Chops?If serving the Lahori Lamb chops as a starter, an ideal accompaniment will be the Aagrah Mango Murabba Chutney and mint raita for a dipping sauce. Or, to make this dish more of a main course, why not serve with a bed of rice and a selection of warm pieces of bread.
Lahori Lamb Chops
lamb, starter, spice blend
There's nothing like fresh, succulent, straight-off-the-grill lamb chops to get your curry night started. With this recipe and our Lahori Spice Blend, you'll be amazed at how easily you can make them at home, but more importantly you'll be blown away by the amazing taste! This is must-try recipe.
If using fresh tomatoes, blend them and mix all ingredients in a bowl to create the lamb chop seasoning/marinade.
Add the lamb chops and mix thoroughly until the lamb is fully coated with the marinade.
Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least two hours, although ideally overnight.
Grill or barbecue the lamb chops on medium to high heat for two to three minutes on each side. Alternatively, cook on a non-stick griddle pan on high heat with a knob of butter for 2-3 minutes per side.
After cooking the lamb chops, serve immediately with a lemon juice or mint dressing, roasted garlic and Aagrah Mango Murabba Chutney.
This recipe works well with mutton or other cuts of meat but ensure to marinate overnight to allow the meat to tenderize.