Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Lamb Chop Lamb Chop Lamb Chop

My sister and I had a foolproof way of weeding out the truth from each other. You had to look into the other's eyes and say "Lamb Chop, Lamb Chop, Lamb Chop".

So it wasn't completely foolproof, but it did create a lot of laughs - if not the truth. So much of life is about creating happy memories, and I am blessed to have many.

Another lesson which I also learnt, a more reliable one, from my parents, "Waste not, Want not". There is nothing wrong with using everything you have to enjoy your life, but wasting is never something to be admired. This was a trait which I found very attractive in my husband.

So in the life of a spend thrift, I would like to share a simple lamb recipe. I have used the chump chop, which is a relatively cheap cut but is bursting with flavour.

Thrifty Lamb Chop

750g Lamb Chops
30ml Chopped Mint
30ml Crushed Garlic
30ml Lemon Juice
15ml Finely chopped Lemon Zest
10ml Runny Honey
90ml Olive Oil
Salt and Black Pepper

Mix all the ingredients together in a Ziplock bag and marinade for 2-4 hours.
Remove from the marinade and either grill or braai  (BBQ) over high heat.
Enjoy with a green salad or roasted vegetables.

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