first_imgMarinated Lamb Chops Brian’s with Crunchy Slaw Serves 4Lamb is meat from a sheep less than a year old and its sweet and succulent.Chef Brian McDermottIngredients 8 Lamb ChopsFor the Rub:2 Cloves Garlic25ml Rapeseed Oil 2-3 prigs Fresh RosemarySmall Bunch Fresh MintZest of Half a LemonTwist of Fresh Ground Black PepperPerfect Lamb Slaw: 200g White Cabbage Shredded200g Red Cabbage Shredded1 Red Onion Diced2 Carrots Grated 4 Tablespoons Light MayoFresh Ground Black PepperPinch of Chilli FlakesFresh Mint LeavesSqueeze of Lemon JuiceMethodRub: Crush the garlic and chop the mint and rosemary very fine. Add the pepper, lemon zest and oil and mix together. Spread the rub over the lamb chops and leave to marinade for at least 15 minutes.Preheat the pan.Slaw:Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix together. Cover Slaw with cling film and chill in fridge.Cook the lamb chops or steaks for 3-4 minutes turning half wayServe lamb chops with chilled Slaw to the side. Slice the Lime that you took the zest from and serve lime slice with the chops. Sprinkle with fresh chopped mint leavesBrian’s Top Tips: Use this rub recipe and spread the rub on a half leg of lamb or double the rub recipe for a full leg of lamb and roast the lamb. Great with some minted yoghurt also.Best Use of Leftovers: Mix some leftover lamb with the Slaw and fill a pitta pocket or wrap for perfect healthy lunch.Health Benefit:Lamb is a god source of iron and 1 serving can provide 20% of iron required by a Male and 12% for a Female.FRIDAY COOKING: MARINATED LAMB CHOPS WITH ‘NO SALT CHEF’ BRIAN McDERMOTT was last modified: March 20th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more