Karoo Lamb Chops – Karoo Meat of Origin

I truly believe the only way to eat Karoo Lamb chops is to only use salt and pepper… this ensures the meat is the main focus and you actually taste the meat – not any fake marinade (basically sugar), just naturally free range Karoo Lamb chops – certified Karoo Meat of Origin

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Karoo Lamb Chops – Karoo Meat of Origin

Plain and simple… the way Karoo Lamb chops, naturally free range chops, should be.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Course: Main Course
Servings: 1

Ingredients

  • Cooking oil
  • Salt and pepper
  • 3 Lamb Rib Chops roughly 250g
  • 1 knob Butter

Instructions

  • Make sure the meat is room tempreture before cooking
  • Season with salt and pepper all over, be sure to get salt on the fat this will help it crisp up
  • Get the pan hot with oil, medium high heat.
  • The first thing to do is to place the chops, all 3, fat side down using your tongs on each end to keep it upright. Give it a minute, this should be enough to crisp up the fat
  • Rememebr I am a meat thermometer guy, roughly fry each side of the chops for 3 minutes but use the thermometer to get it perfect the way you prefer. I like my chops medium o well – definitely not well done
  • I know this is not a fancy or a complicated recipe with 100 ingredients but thats the point… sometimes the beauty of meat is to leave it as is and enjoy the taste if the meat – Karoo Lamb is perfect for this

Notes

I know this is not a fancy or a complicated recipe with 100 ingredients but that’s the point… sometimes the beauty of meat is to leave it as is and enjoy the taste if the meat – Karoo Lamb is perfect for this

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