How to make it

  • Place lamb chops on foil with edges folded twice.
  • Sprinkle both sides with Seasoned salt, pepper.
  • Using a butter knife put a tab of real butter on each chop and smear it over entire chop.
  • Don't worry about using to much butter, the extra is poured over the lamb.
  • Place under broiler and cook about 7 minutes per side or until you see the edges getting a good color almost black-see photos
  • The whole top of chop will be bubbling. Just beautiful.
  • When the first side is done,turn chop, smear butter over mixing the salt and pepper on the lamb. Don't worry if the butter runs off, you want some extra when they are done.
  • Cook until the edges on side 2 are blacken like the photo.
  • When done, place on plate. Make a "V" in one end of the foil. Very carefully, pick up the tin foil and pour some of the melted butter encrusted with seasoned salt over each chop.
  • When you cut a piece, drege it in the melt butter. Totally delicious.
  • Most have been brought up to serve with mint jelly.
  • This way you get lucious lamb flavor.
  • Clean up is easy, fold foil, throw away.
  • I will get a better pic of the oven level. Didn't realize it wasn't focused on the broiler pan.
  • Heck, you get the picture with the current pic.
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    " It was excellent "
    housewifeintraining ate it and said...
    really good. i added some chopped garlic cloves...
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  • psychickaraoke 4 years ago
    nice and simple, all lamb should ever need. i'm gonna make these right now!
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    " It was excellent "
    a1patti ate it and said...
    YUMMY!!
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    " It was excellent "
    white_dove ate it and said...
    YUM!! have been cooking lamb forever here in good old sheep country NZ and have never thought to use butter!! gawd look out hips!!
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    " It was excellent "
    cookingandbakingqueen ate it and said...
    You are making my mouth water.Great recipe.5 forks.
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  • boela 5 years ago
    great recipe
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    " It was good "
    lyanthya ate it and said...
    I made these for dinner. I don't like pre-mixed seasoning salts, so I made up my own. They were wonderful.
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    " It was good "
    mmcsc420 ate it and said...
    Hi. Tried these tonight. I didn't have Lowrys, so I used some Old Bay, McCormick Garlic & Herb (Love my garlic), sea salt and black pepper. They turned out great. Served with saffron rice and black eyed peas.
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    Zena lamb is my favorite and not hard if you follow the master;s directions...wonderful recipe goldminer Thank you.
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  • matelda 7 years ago
    The chops looks yummy..... will give this a try! thanks
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  • thegoldminer 7 years ago
    It is really easy cooking those amazing little chops. Just make sure and let each side cook and look like the pics. I will cook them again and come up with my cooking time. I cook by seeing them get black on the edge and there is a bubbling going on like a mad man. So yummy and easy, just let them cook. JJ
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  • zena824 7 years ago
    Lamb is something new for me.... Is it hard to fix...
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  • dariana 7 years ago
    These look heavenly. Thanks so much for the photo additions, it makes it really nice to see the entire process from start to finish!
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