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Old 01-16-2010, 08:10 PM
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Peep's Broiled Lamb Loin Chops

I don't really have a great recipe because this was my first attempt at the marinade and the Greek salad. Dee inspired me so I threw this together. Thanks Dee the family loved this meal!!

Marinade

Measurements are approx. just mix till it tastes good to you.

Lemon juice - 1/2 fresh lemon
1/4 cup Olive oil
Rosemary - dry
Oregano - fresh AND dry - some of each - about 1 tsp. total
Basil - fresh AND dry - some of each - about 1 tsp. total
Fresh garlic - 3 cloves chopped fine
Salt
Pepper - course grind

Place chops in a container or zip bag. Pour marinade in and turn chops to coat. Place chops in refrigerator for about 1 hour, turning after 1/2 hour.

Place on a tray and broil till nicely browned turn and brown other side.

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Broiled marinated lamb loin chops served with buttered jasmine rice, Greek salad (and store bought French bread heated in the oven till hot and crispy not pictured).

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Easy to do and looking great. Thanks for posting this recipe.
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Easy to do and looking great. Thanks for posting this recipe.
not much of a recipe but thank you and you're welcome.
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just curious....what made you decide to use only a half of a lemon? Not big lemon fans?
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just curious....what made you decide to use only a half of a lemon? Not big lemon fans?
no. it was a HUGE LEMON LOL it looked like a grapefruit!! LOL i had to add more olive oil cuz it was to lemony.
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awww I miss those kind of lemons!! we get dinky ones with TONS of seeds! I always wished to have my own lemon tree!
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