Lamb chops with garlic & herb wedges - bought to you by Aviko

Aviko Foodservice

Aviko

Premium Supplier 24th January 2014

Lamb chops with garlic & herb wedges - bought to you by Aviko

Lamb recipes tend to be exceptionally varied, with meals that offer classic comfort food as well as dishes that boast a more delicate, refined flavour. Take a look at the Lamb chops with garlic & herb wedges - bought to you by Aviko recipe below as tried and tested by our professional chefs. brought to you by Aviko

Ingredients

  • Ingredients (10 pers.)
  • • 1.5kg Aviko Garlic & Herb wedges
  • Fresh mint sauce
  • • 150g finely chopped fresh mint
  • • 8g potato starch
  • • 400ml vinegar
  • • 400ml water
  • • 150g sugar
  • Lamb chops
  • • 20 lamb chops
  • • 1tbs sweet chilli powder
  • • 3 gloves garlic, crushed
  • • 50ml olive oil
  • • 50ml lemon juice
  • • salt and freshly ground pepper
  • Roasted red onions with Rosemary
  • • 10 red onions (medium sized)
  • • 125gr butter
  • • 10 springs rosemary

Method

Preparation
1. Mint sauce
2. Combine the potato starch and half of the water.
3. Heat all the other ingredients in a small sauce pan, stirring continuously.
4. Add the starch and water mixture to bind, continue stirring.
5. Leave the sauce uncovered to cool (not refrigerated).

6. Lamb chops
7. Add the chilli powder, ground coriander, garlic, olive oil and lemon juice together in a bowl.
8. Add the lamb chops and leave to marinate for at least one hour.
9. Fry the lamb chops 3-4 minutes, season to taste.
10. Roasted red onions with rosemary
11. Peel the onions, cut off the end for the onion to stand upright.
12. Cut a cross in the top of each onion.
13. Place the onions on a baking tray and press a cube of butter and a spring of rosemary in the top.
14. Roast the onions in a pre-heated oven for 35-40 minutes at 200°C
15. Prepare the Aviko Garlic and Herb wedges following the instructions on-pack.
Tip
For a speedy alternative, use BBQ spices or glaze for the lamb chops and serve with tapenade and a simple tomato sauce.

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