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PostPosted: Tue Apr 28 09 10:31 pm    Post subject: Lamb Chops Reply with quote

The wife and I have always enjoyed well seasoned lamb. Until a year ago, we almost exclusively ate leg or rack of lamb, most of the time at restaurants. With the kids living on their own we seldom cooked either legs or racks…it is just too much meat for the two of us. And, who likes the flavor of left over lamb?!? We lived in the Middle East for over two years and got to like the seasoning used there on lamb.

About a year ago we discovered lamb chops in CostCo’s meat department and decided to give them a try. Per pound, they cost more than a leg or rack, but for group of four or less there is almost no waste or leftovers to deal with. Last Spring I experimented with grilling them and we found the taste to be fantastic. A secondary benefit is your kitchen and oven are spared from the pungent odor caused by roasting lamb.

Here are chops I grilled last night before adding the rub:



This is the rub we like. We use liberal quantities:





I set the digital thermometer on my Traeger to 325 and grilled the chops until they reached an internal temperature of 120.



I pulled them from the grill covered the dish with foil and let them rest for 10 minutes and then served. They were medium rare just the way we all liked them.
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