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Blue Lamb Chops
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Here's a specially curated recipe created by Tim himself. It incorporates our Blueberry Basil Shallot hot sauce with some tasty blue cheese and lamb chops. It's highly recommended to also cook a side dish to along with this. Check out our side dishes category!
Servings Prep Time
2 Person 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
7 Minutes 1 Hour
Servings Prep Time
2 Person 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
7 Minutes 1 Hour
Blue Lamb Chops
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
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Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
Here's a specially curated recipe created by Tim himself. It incorporates our Blueberry Basil Shallot hot sauce with some tasty blue cheese and lamb chops. It's highly recommended to also cook a side dish to along with this. Check out our side dishes category!
Servings Prep Time
2 Person 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
7 Minutes 1 Hour
Servings Prep Time
2 Person 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
7 Minutes 1 Hour
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Here are most of the ingredients for this recipe.
  2. Trim any excess fat (and save it) on the chops and salt them generously and allow to sit for 1 hour to reabsorb the liquids.
  3. While the meat marinates in the salt, prepare the other ingredients. Start by thinly slicing the shallot and sweet pepper. Yeah, that's a red pepper, not a yellow pepper, let's ignore that for now.
  4. You can use blue cheese crumbles, or crumble a swedge yourself. I used a wedge of stilton for this recipe, because it's probably the best blue cheese out there. My wife made some homemade yogurt, but you can buy whatever brand you like. Lastly, add 1 the hot sauce to the mix, if you want it spicier, just add more. Optional: add a blueberry or two for some extra color. Mix all this up and smash some of the blue cheese crumbs, but leave some chunks. Add some salt for taste.
  5. Time to brown the shallots! Plop the excess fat with some water into the skillet set to medium to render the fat a bit. Once the water boils off, put the table spoon of oil in the skillet if you need extra fat to cook in. Place the shallots in the skillet and turn it to low. Cook until brown, roughly 5-10 minutes. Each stove is different, so use your own judgment.
  6. Time to cook the lamb! Make sure the chops are nice and dry before placing them in the skillet, one at a time.
  7. Cook each side 1-2 minutes until brown like in the picture. Remove from the skillet and place off to the side.
  8. Place the chops on a broiling pan, or whatever you broil on. Spoon out some of the blue cheese chunks from the mix, and place them on the chops. Place them in a broiler for 3 minutes to melt the blue cheese and do the final cooking of the chops. In the end, they turned out to be around medium rare to medium.
  9. Once they're done, do your plating and enjoy. What I did here is put more blue cheese sauce on the chops, then placed the shallots, and finally the sweet pepper for some color. I chose to do yellow in the end because the red contrasted too strongly with the red of the dish. I added blueberries as part of the garnish as well, but they taste great with a piece of lamb.
Recipe Notes

This recipe was brought to you by Pepplish's owner, Tim Fraczak.

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