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Old 01-08-2013, 05:34 PM   #31
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Curry Lamb chops broiled

an interesting preparation I discovered

if you like lamb you may or may not like this because it doesent taste like lamb when you do it according to my instructions

simply take a lamb chop
tenderize it very well with the but end of a chinese cleaver or something similar
I have used back of butter knives and even my fists
you need to pound it well to get it to be paper thin
salt and pepper both sides rub it in
and pound some more

rub curry powder on both sides and pound some more
this works the seasonings into the meat
a very important part of the recipe


broil for 30 minutes yes 30 minutes or until well done you want the
broiling to take effect we need a little blackening of the outside


some of you may cringe
but the char broiling reacts to the curry very well and transforms the flavor of the lamb

I have tried it using normal cooking methods like searing
and locking in the juices cooking so it is still very juicy
it is a different taste entirely although both methods yield a very tender pull apart cut of meat
no knife needed


give it a shot if you like it let me know.
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Whoa, my bad.
I had no idea someone dredged up a dinner thread from long ago when I posted tonight's dinner.
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Whoa, my bad.
I had no idea someone dredged up a dinner thread from long ago when I posted tonight's dinner.
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My first giveaway should have been that Kylie didn't start the thread, but it did start with a "k"
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