Lamb Chops Made Easy by Chef Erwin Mallet with Recipe

Lamb Chops Made Easy by Chef Erwin Mallet with RecipeAt first glance, the meaty lollipop that are lamb chops can be a mystery as to how to perfectly cook one. Chef Erwin Mallet has come to the rescue of home cooks revealing his most important recipe steps for the mouthwatering Mediterranean Colorado Lamb Chops as featured on Villa Azur’s menu.

Lamb Chops Made Easy by Chef Erwin Mallet with Recipe

Lamb chop : 12 pc
Baby carrots : 12 pc
French peas : 400 gr
Mint : ½ bunch
Dry apricot : 4 oz
Brown sugar : 3 oz
Honey :1 oz
Rice wine vinegar : 2oz
Raz el hanout spice :1oz
Lamb stock demi glacé (or veal stock ) 10 oz
Butter
Olive oil
Salt, pepper

1st: Prep of the side:

Dip the baby carrots in boiled and salted water for 5 min and then put it in iced water. Dip the French peas in boiled and salted water for 2 min and then put them in iced water. Strain the carrots and the French peas on towel. Blend the French peas with mint, salt and pepper. Ground the almond but not to small and roast in the oven for 350 for 6 min.

2nd: The sauce:

In a pan pour the vinegar, 2 oz of brown sugar and the raz el hanout spice.
Cook until caramelized and deglaze with a lamb stock. Reduce for 10 min low heat. Add half off the dry apricot and blend. Keep warm in a pan and heat the rest of the apricot (sliced beforehand)

3rd: Cook and plate:

Heat a fry pan on a burner (high heat), add a little bit of olive oil and mark the lamb chop for 30 seconds, then change side and add butter, lower the burner, turn the side of lamb after 1 min. Cook for 30 seconds more and keep the lamb on paper towel. Degrease your fry pan, add brown sugar, honey and 1oz of cold butter. Once the butter melts, roast the baby carrots in this mix until is caramelized. At the same time heat up the mashed French peas.

Plate a circle of mashed French peas, arrange nicely the lamb chop, the baby carrots, glaze the chop with a dressing and keep some on a side. Top with the roasted almonds and decorate with some mint leaves.

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Comments

  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I usually do not make such a delicious sauce for my lamb,but I would love to try it with all its complex flavor combinations.

  2. I had to look up what raz el hanout spice was. I’d never heard of it, but then I don’t tend to cook the dishes that call for it. I do like a good lamb chop so this would be tasty to try.

  3. I have not had lamb in so many years and I really like it. This recipe sounds so amazing and super healthy thank you for sharing this one and have a wonderful holiday weekend.