Indian Spiced Grilled Lamb Chops

I've been into this lamb thing lately, especially since getting a "vote of confidence" from Bernando Lapallo, the 111 year old whom  I wrote about in a blogpost, never been sick a day in his life and made the comment in an interview "……a little lamb is OK".

Well, that's good enough for me. I'm the luckiest guy in the world here in Seattle with my living accommodations. Albeit a modest studio I live in, it opens out to what has to be the largest mezzanine area on the west coast, and although it's "common area". No one is ever out there, it feels like all mine.

Now, I hear they are building out the area, adding two more outdoor grills, the works!! How the "Culinary Gods" smile upon me!!

Already getting a few grilling recipes together for post rainy season in Seattle (if it ever gets here), and these Indian Spice Grilled Lamb Chops are gonna be 'da bomb!!!

Indian Spiced Grilled Lamb Chops

3 tbsp Organic olive, sesame, or coconut oil
Juice of 1 organic lime
3 large cloves organic garlic, minced
2 tsp finely grated fresh organic ginger
1 tsp coarse Pink Himalayan Salt (AVOID COMMON TABLE SALT)

¾ tsp organic cumin
½ tsp organic coriander
½ tsp turmeric
⅛ tsp organic black pepper
4 grass fed lamb chops, each about 1½ inches thick (to find grass fed lamb near you
go here)


Combine first 9 ingredients in a shallow dish and add lamb chops, turning to coat. Cover with plastic wrap and transfer to refrigerator to marinate at least 1 hour (or up to 24 hours). Before grilling, remove chops from refrigerator and allow to come to room temperature (about 30 minutes in advance).

Preheat grill for 10 minutes. Grill over direct high heat, keeping the lid closed as much as possible during cooking for 4-5 minutes per side for medium rare or until desired doneness. Transfer to a serving plate,  and let rest 10 minutes before serving for the juices to redistribute

Grilled Steak Fries from organic potatoes seasoned with Pink Himalayan Salt and Coarse Ground Pepper go great with this!!!

inspired by, and photography from theFoodess blogspot


The Healthy Chef's Corner

"The Healthy Chef's"  Deliciously Healthy  Food Tidbits:

Garlic goes beyond a food to practically be a medicine and an overall healer. Protecting against cancer and many other diseases

Turmeric has been know for thousand of years in India to be a very potent healer, and is slowly coming to be known as such in the West.

Pink Himalayan Salt is a totally different animal than common table salt, in that it contains 84 natural minerals in perfect balance.

Ginger is a potent health healer and should be incorporated into recipes whenever the opportunity allows.



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