How should lamb rib chops be cooked?
You have a lot of options for cooking lamb chops. Lamb rib chops are best grilled or pan-fried as they cook very quickly. Lamb loin chops are also great on the grill, but do well in the oven too. (See these other lamb recipes: Roasted Lamb Chops and Grilled Lamb Chops or Grilled Lamb Loin Chops.)
How do you know when lamb chops are cooked?
You can use a recipe’s temperature and cook time as a guide. But for the most accurate results, use an instant read thermometer to ensure that your lamb chops are cooked to your desired doneness: 145°F for medium rare (pull from heat at 135°F), at 160°F for medium (pull from heat at 150°F), and 170°F for well done (pull from heat at 160°F).
What temperature should I cook lamb chops?
Cook lamb rib chops hot and fast on a grill or in a skillet on the stove top. You can grill, bake, or pan-fry lamb loin chops.
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