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Garlic and Herb Lamb Chops

Garlic and Herb Lamb Chops

These garlic and herb lamb chops— which take less than 20 minutes to make– are an excellent way to commemorate National Garlic Day!

I utilize garlic just about each time I prepare, but it’s usually just to add taste in the background of a meal– unless I’m making something like shrimp scampi, it’s seldom the star. Today is National Garlic Day, however, so some of my good friends and I are sharing dishes that really emphasize the taste of garlic. I decided to commemorate in style with broiled lamb chops breaking with the tastes of garlic, fresh herbs, and lemon juice.

Unlike garlic, lamb chops aren’t something I cook extremely typically. Whenever I do make them, I wonder why I don’t purchase them more often. They’re so simple to make! They’re fantastic cooked on the grill, however utilizing the broiler makes them practically fool-proof. After simply 10 minutes, they’ll be browned and crisp on the edges but tender and completely cooked throughout. (If you lamb lamb, make certain to have a look at my dish for lamb chops with vanilla balsamic glaze, too. It’s a brand-new favorite!)

Given that these lamb chops are so simple, you’ll wish to use the very best active ingredients you can get your hands on. Fresh herbs really make a distinction in this dish and I like to utilize local garlic from the farmer’s market or co-op, which I find has a more pungent flavor and a softer texture than what I buy at the grocery store.

This dish definitely uses a lots of garlic (you might want to buy some after supper mints) and it’s the primary taste of this dish, however the lamb definitely holds it’s own and the lemon juice assists connect it all together.

My preferred way to serve them is with potatoes au gratin and roast asparagus (broil the lamb while the potatoes rest), but they’re likewise excellent with couscous, mashed cauliflower, and even on top of a salad with feta and kalamata olives.

For more garlicky goodness, make certain to check out these dishes from my good friends:

  • Black Garlic Chocolate Chunk Ice Cream from girlichef
  • Caesar Tartlets with Sweet Garlic Butter Crusts from Karen’s Cooking area Stories
  • Easy Garlic Infused Olive Oil from MarocMama
  • Garlic and Herb Lamb Chops from Healthy. Delicious.
  • Garlic Bread from My Catholic Cooking Area
  • Garlic Dill Roasted Potato Wedges from From Gate to Plate
  • Garlic Fried Rice from Crazy Foodie Stunts
  • Garlic Soup with Cheese & Garlic Olive Crunch Bread from The Not So Tacky Cooking Area
  • Garlic Trifecta with Quinoa Pasta and Spinach from Serene Cooking
  • Gnocchetti with Asparagus and Garlic-Gorgonzola Sauce from The Spiffy Cookie
  • Heart Healthy Roasted Garlic Chicken Recipe from It’s Yummi!
  • Roasted Garlic Butter from Standard N Delicious
  • Roasted Garlic Chicken Pizza Pockets from Cindy’s Dishes and Writings
  • Slow-Roasted Lamb with 40 Cloves of Garlic from Food Desire Individuals Love
  • Vampire Garlic Dip from Kudos Kitchen By Renee

Yield: 2

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes


  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons fresh lemon juice
  • 4 garlic cloves
  • 1 teaspoon sliced fresh rosemary
  • 1 Tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
  • 1 generous pinch sea salt
  • 1 pound lamb chops


  1. If your broiler remains in your oven (not in a separate section listed below the primary one), place your oven rack in the second-highest position. Heat the broiler to high.
  2. Integrate the olive oil and lemon juice in a bowl or meal that’s big enough to fit the lamb chops. Squash the garlic in a press (or utilize the flat side of a chef’s knife to smash it, then carefully mince) and include it to the meal. Stir in the rosemary, parsley, and salt.
  3. Add the lamb chops, relying on coat. Arrange the lamb chops in a single layer on a broiler pan. Broil for 5 minutes.
  4. Turn the lamb chops over and spoon on more of the marinade, so each lamb chops is coated with garlic and herbs. Broil another 5 minutes.

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