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Lamb Chops with Mashed Peas & Mint

November/December 2012

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Peas and lamb are a natural pairing. Here pan-roasted lamb chops are served with mashed peas seasoned with mint. Serve with bulgur tossed with chopped scallion greens, a drizzle of olive oil and a splash of lemon juice.


Lamb Chops with Mashed Peas & Mint Recipe

2 Reviews for Lamb Chops with Mashed Peas & Mint

03/25/2014
Delicious meat dish!

I followed this pretty much exactly, even served with bulgar wheat and chives. Was delicious! I mashed the peas with a potato masher. Easy enough to do without having to wash the food processor! I also used dried mint as I couldn't find fresh. Worked great! Lamb in the oven after 8 minutes was perfection.

Easy and healthy
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01/22/2014
Tasty!

Being Australian, we eat lots of lamb! So alternative ways to cook chops (instead of the usual BBQ) is great. I used some Greek Lamb seasoning sprinkled on what we call 3/4 chops (trimmed of fat), and I didn't bother pan frying first, they brown nicely enough in the oven. I also really dislike frozen peas, and as fresh peas are in season now I used these instead, it only takes a few minutes to pod them! My husband loves these 'Mushy Peas!'. Also, if you do not have enough fresh peas, try adding carrots or other vegetables. Makes a great veggie mash.

Great way to cook lamb chops, satisfying taste
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