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    Default need help quick... lamb chops

    its 3.15 pm already. my hubby wants lamb chops and will be home at 8 pm. Whats something I can cook in a hury that will taste nice? I need to cook for the kids too. they have bangers but they are still frozen... I am feeling depressed and can hardly muster the energy to cook anything. any ideas or am i asking too much?

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    Do you have some chops? Marinate in some mint sauce... Then cook under grill or fry. Do some baked veggies and that's pretty easy?

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    yes the chops are frozen. How do i do baked vegies? i have carots, spuds, beans, coli etc. how long would i bake it for? Thanks

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    Bake your potato and carrot together maybe with onion cut in half if you have it. Drizzle some oil over them and a little salt or seasoning. Oven at 180degrees for hour or hour n half, just turn them half way and check.

    Steam remaining veg to go with it. Yum!

    I'm too sick to cook anything..

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    how long would i grill the chops? they are fairly fat.

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    I bake carrots/potatoes/pumpkin etx together. Steam or boil others.

    Grill chops for probably 10-15 mins depending on thickness. If they're quite fatty careful with heat as they can catch on fire under the grill! Pan fry for about ten minutes if your worried. Start defrosting now and they'll likely be defrosted by cooking time! Yum. Love lamb chops!!

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    Or fry them.. Whatever is easiest.. Try cutting one open a little if you're unsure they're done..
    Do you not normally cook piano lady? Xx

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    o yes I DO cook, i was just in a funk and needed ideas to get my off my backside. I ended up hav+ fried chops with rice, carots & coli.

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    Yum!!

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    For next time, my fav way to have lamb chops is either crumbed (so good!)
    or the easiest and yummiest option is to buy/make some tomato relish and cover your chops with relish (I just use oven tray but a dish would work too) and bake for an hour or so. Really, really easy, and really, really good!


 

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