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 Lamb Chops with Caramelised Onions

Simple and quick to cook, caramelised onions are the perfect foil for lamb chops. We used red onions to give the dish a splash of colour.

KEY POINTS

 Preparation Time:  10 mins  Cooking Time:   25 minutes
 How Difficult  Easy  Freeze?   No
 Servings

2 portions

INGREDIENTS

Ingredients Imperial Metric
     
Lamb chops 4 or 2 4 or 2
Red onions 2 2
Butter oz 15 grams
Garlic clove 1 1
Soft brown sugar tablespoon tablespoon
Balsamic vinegar 2fl oz 50ml
Olive oil 3 tablespoons 3 tablespoons

COOKING EQUIPMENT
Large frying pan

COOKS NOTES
It's not too important to keep to the exact ingredient amounts.

The taste of the caramelised red onion depends a lot on the freshness of the onions and the type of Balsamic vinegar used. Each time we cook this the taste is slightly different.


METHOD
  
Caramelised red onions Slice the onions. Don't chop them up small.
Turn on the grill to a medium heat.
Pour the butter and oil into a frying pan and turn to a medium heat. When the butter has melted add the onions and stir frequently for 10 minutes.
Start the lamb chops under the grill and cook for around 15 minutes. Turn them once during cooking.

 
Continue frying the onions for another 5 minutes until they begin to caramelise. Add the garlic, Balsamic vinegar and sugar.

Continue frying the onions (stir continuously) for another 10 minutes until most of the Balsamic vinegar has evaporated.Serve with the lamb chops immediately. Vegetables can be added if needed.

Lamb chops with caramelised red onions


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