Monday, 4 August 2008

Pomegranate and Honey Glazed Lamb

A very quick easy and tasty dinner. This was exactly what I needed tonight. Just the thing when galloping exhaustion strikes yet something that tastes wonderful is required at the end of the day. I thank Kate for the recipe which came from 'Cook Simple' by Diana Henry.


8 chunky lamb chops (I use chump)
Marinade
2&1/2 tblsps pomegranate molasses
10 tblsps olive oil
1&1/2 tblsps runny honey
2 garlic cloves crushed
2 teasps cayenne pepper.

Mix marinade ingredients in a plastic bag.
Pop the chops in the bag and coat well.
Leave for 1-24 hours.
Cook in a griddle pan carefully as the sugars may cause the chops to stick

A quick and very tasty dinner. I served with rocket and pomegranate salad with a balsamic dressing and boiled new potatoes. Delicious.


20 comments:

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

Looks absolutely gorgeous Granny. I've this recipe bookmarked but haven't got round to making it.

Rhyleysgranny said...

It's so quick and easy George. Very tasty.
xxx

Gloria said...

Granny, this look really delicious! xxGloria

[eatingclub] vancouver || js said...

I can sure use a piece of that right now. So good, so delicious, so heartwarming.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Very flavorful! I love that picture!

Cheers,

Rosa

Nina's Kitchen (Nina Timm) said...

My first visit to your site....and what a pleasure. The lamb looks so full of flavor and the photo is just perfect.

patti said...

how long does lamb take to cook? this sounds delish but i've never cooked lamb before.

Sarah Nicole said...

Brenda, I love the little decorations around the plate! It really looks wonderful. I don't think I can get my family to ever like jam however, maybe I can get them to try the cucumber jam which I making tonight as well as the wheaten bread! :)

Oh my! Apple pie! said...

I too am going to try this recipe...my first adventure with pomegranate molasses wasn't too good, I am determind to love this ingredient.
Great picture too.

~Madeline~ said...

I love pomegranate and lamb together. This looks delicious!

Rhyleysgranny said...

Gloria, js, Rosa Sarah and Vicky Thank you.
xxx

Nina pleased you like my blog. You are always welcome.

Patti Hi. The chops I had were 1.5-2cms thick. I put them on the griddle pan when the I held my hand a couple of inches above it and could feel the heat. Squash the chops a bit with a pallet knife or fish slice to get the nice ridge marks. I don't like my lamb overdone but not too rare either. About 3 minutes each side then let 'relax' for a few minutes before serving. I hope that helps

JillyB said...

Yippee! A lovely sounding recipe to use pomegranite molasses. I've been dying to try the stuff but needed to find the right recipe. Thanks Granny!!

Rosie said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous Brenda!!

Rosie x

Coby said...

Granny this dish sounds like a winner! 'We love our lamb' as they saying goes here in Aus, and I love the combo of it with pomegranate molasses. I'm going to get some lamb and try this really soon thankyou:)

Bridgett said...

I sure wish my husband liked lamb, I would definitely make this in a heartbeat!
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Bridgett

RecipeGirl said...

It's beautiful. Lamb is my favorite. It brings back memories of my Grandmother roasting lamb on her Ranch.

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Kelly-Jane said...

I've made this one, but my picture was awful :) :)

Yours looks lovely!

Nathan said...

Hi Granny, thanks for your nice comments on my blog. Can't wait to start cooking, your recipes look gorgeous.

shyvas said...

Granny - that photo is stunning !

Lamb is one of my favourite meats and I've never paired it with pomegranate molasses so I must try it.

I often make salmon marinated in PG with microplaned fresh ginger.

Semlan said...

What a picture! Looks truly delicious! Will try this as soon as i can get some nice and fresh lamb, cause I already do have the PM, yay!!!!