A tender bone-in cut of lamb that comes from the loin, rib and sirloin. Lamb chops are often prepared by seasoning or marinating with herbs, then by cooking with a dry-heat method of baking, broiling or grilling.
I adore the taste and richness of lamb. But it takes bold flavors to complement the lamb, and this recipe definitely does that. The simple mint-cilantro pesto marries well with the lamb flavor, while the pomegranate-balsamic reduction adds the perfect balance to finish off the dish. This easy-to-prepare entree is delicious and gourmet, and is sure to impress.—Melanie Stevenson, Reading, Pennsylvania