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Unread 03-17-2010, 01:29 AM   #1
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Default Broiled Lamb Chops with Guinness® BBQ Sauce (pics)

Broiled Lamb Chops with Guinness® BBQ Sauce

By the time I post this it will be St. Patty's Day, so I've obviously
succumbed to the expectation to have an appropriate Irish-inspired recipe.
I've tried to be somewhat creative and I think it has paid off. I hope you
agree



This is a relatively simple dish that is big on flavor. The barbecue sauce is
a good balance of sweet and savory, but maintains the unmistakable flavor
of Guinness®. What better way to use it than slathered on a nice piece of
lamb? The two work very well together.

Note: This recipe calls for a cast iron grill griddle, but a standard broiler
pan will certainly suffice.

Ingredients
4 Lamb arm chops (about 3/4" thick)
1 1/2 cups Guinness® Extra Stout
1/2 cup Chili sauce (I used Heinz)
1/2 cup Brown sugar
2 Tbsp Red wine vinegar
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp Pickapeppa sauce
1 Tbsp Honey
1 tsp Garlic salt
Kosher salt
Pepper
Canola oil

Method
Add the beer and garlic salt to a medium sauce pan and whisk to combine.

Heat the pan over medium heat and add the chili sauce, brown sugar,
vinegar, Worcestershire, Pickapeppa, and honey.

Whisk the sauce ingredients together and bring to a simmer.

Simmer until the sauce is reduced by half (about 15-20 minutes) and set
aside.



Season both sides of each chop with salt and pepper and let sit at room
temperature for 20-30 minutes.

Move your oven rack so that it is about three or four inches from the
broiler element (top of your oven).

Put the griddle/pan on the rack and preheat your oven to 550* for about
20 minutes.

Turn the oven to broil.

Brush both sides of each chop with a thin coat of canola oil.

Broil the chops on the griddle/pan for three minutes.

Flip the chops over, brush quickly with the sauce, and broil another three
minutes.

Brush the top of each chop quickly with the sauce, broil another 30
seconds.

Note: These cooking times are approximate for medium-rare, so adjust
accordingly.

Remove the chops to a platter, tent with foil, and let them rest about five minutes.



Drizzle each chop with sauce, serve and enjoy!

-----

John

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Unread 03-17-2010, 02:14 AM   #2
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Your pictures always make me wanna go out and try something I've never done before! Those look great!
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Your pictures always make me wanna go out and try something I've never done before! Those look great!
Thanks! I really appreciate that.

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Here its 03:55 and I'm drooling over lamb chops before my first cup of coffee ....

That sure does looks great and I bet it tastes even better...... As Bob says.... "I'd hit that"
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VERY Impressive Mr. Daddio. I like Your Style!
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OK, you convinced me. I will HAVE to try lamb now.
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YUM That looks really really GOOD
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My wife loves Lamb chops on the bone...is that the same cut without the bone?
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NICE!
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My wife is not big on lamb, but I bet she'll eat that. I know I would and will real soon. Thanks for the recipe.
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Awesome !!! I wasn't able to find any Lamb at our local markets, so please have a second helping for me.
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I only wish my wife would eat lamb... nice job!
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Thanks for all of your very nice comments.

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My wife loves Lamb chops on the bone...is that the same cut without the bone?
Mine were bone-in arm chops.

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Thanks for the Guinness Extra Stout sauce recipe.
I will be trying this soon.
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