Friday, June 30, 2017

Oriental Honey & Parsley Lamb Chops

Preparing food for my family, I strive to source for the best ingredients used in my daily home cooking. From free range poultry to organic fruits and vegetables, naturally nutritious food is always my first choice.   

Pure South products are known to be one with excellent farming practices with the ideal location and condition to raise superior stock that are free range and grass-fed. Free range and grass-fed stock is simply better, healthier and tastier. Most importantly, their lamb has no strong gamey smell, even non-lamb-eater loves it! 

Pan fried lamb chops is the quickest meal ever.
Just pan fry 1 minute each side and the cooking is done.
That's how I like it to be done, do adjust the cooking time based on your own preferences.


Home cooking has to be easy and quick. This Oriental Honey & Parsley Lamb Chop that I have created, may be the most down to earth lamb chops recipe that uses the simplest ingredients that most home cooks already have at home. The only ingredient that you may need to get is probably a good quality lamb rack and that is crucial. If you do not know which brand is good and where to buy lamb rack, click here to find out more about Pure South products. 

    Oriental Honey & Parsley Lamb Chops - Pure South French Rack of Lamb 

    Ingredients: ??
    (4 servings ???)

    2 Pure South French Rack of Lamb (thawed in the chiller/ refrigerator) ?? 2?,????

    1/2 tsp Garlic Salt ?? 1/2??

    1/2 tsp crushed Black Pepper ??? 1/2??

    Marinade: ??

    2 heap tbsp chopped Parsley ??? 2???

    2 tbsp crushed Garlic ?? 2??

    4 tbsp Light Soy Sauce ?? 4??

    4 tbsp Honey ?? 4??

    Garnish: ????(??)

    Toasted Sesame Seeds ???

    Chopped Red Chilies ????

    Chopped Parsley ????

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    Method: ??

    1. Divide each rack of lamb into 8 individual lamb chops by cutting between the ribs with smooth single stroke. 
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    2. Rub some garlic salt and black pepper all over the lamb chops. 

    3. Mix all the marinade ingredients in a bowl, pour over the lamb chops and mix well. 

    4. Cover and let marinate for 1 hour in the refrigerator. This step is optional, you can pan fry the lamb chop right away.

    5. Heat some oil in a frying pan, score the fat at the back of the lamb chop in a criss cross pattern. When the pan is hot, place the lamb chops fat side down on the pan. 

    6. In less than a minute, you will see the rim of fat becomes golden and crispy. Lay the lamb chops flat on the pan, continue to cook about 1 minute each side. 

    7. Remove the lamb chops from the pan, let it rest for 10 minutes. Garnish with some toasted sesame, chopped red chilies and parsley before serving. 

    Optional: These lamb chops are good to be served with salad, saute vegetables/ potatoes and other side dishes. However, my son loves it to go with rice. I'd make some extra sauce to glaze the lamb chop for him, that is to make it more flavourful to pair with rice. Just 1 tbsp of each - light soy sauce, honey and water. Bring to a boil and reduce to low heat, simmer until the sauce is thicken and glossy. Pour it over the lamb chops right before serving. ???????,?????,??,?,??????,???????,??????

    Some glaze for the lamb chops to be served with rice. (Optional)


    • Thawed the rack of lamb in the refrigerator/ chiller for best result. ??????????????
    • Cook the lamb chops by batch, about 6-8 chops at a time depends on the size of your pan. ???????,??????,??????
    • Adjust the cooking time according to your personal preference of how you like it to be done. ?????????,?????????,????????????
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    ~ Special thanks to Pure South and Singapore Home Cooks ~