|This was my hubby's dinner. No side dish. Just LAMB. All gone in 5 minutes.|
|This was mine. More healthy right? because this was tonight's kid meal.|
|This was the kid's dinner set. Served with Japanese rice and saute broccoli and mushroom. |
My boy finished up all, he even took some from my plate.
Happy 49th Birthday Singapore! It's Singapore National Day today.... I was supposed to bring my boy to watch the NDP live but my hubby didn't want to go as we thought my boy might not be interested to see the fireworks. So I have decided to go shopping in the morning, then stay home in the entire afternoon to clean my boy's new wardrobe.
I remembered I still have a packet of very fresh parsley sitting in my fridge. I bought the parsley few days ago, planned to make pot pie for my boy but didn't make it. So I suggested to buy a rack of lamb for dinner, just want to use up the parsley....I hate wasting fresh ingredients.
I seldom cook western food because my boy didn't like it when we eating out in western restaurant, even the reputable one. This was my first time cooking lamb rack, should I call this lamb lollipop or lamb chop maybe? Hahaha...if I named it lollipop, my hubby may not eat it :)
I came across some lamb chop recipes...I dare not use the recipes because they're not 'my son friendly' recipes.... He would prefer something with asian seasoning. So I have created this recipe, customized for my very 'localize' husband and son.
I never expect it turned out so perfect. I even cooked some Japanese rice and vegetables as a back up plan just in cased my recipe fail. But, when the ribs were cooking in the fryer, my boy who were watching NDP in the living hall ran to the kitchen and asked me: Mommy what are you cooking? smell really nice! .... I was so happy that time but still dare not tell him anything because I really have no idea how would it be...until it's done. It came out so perfectly good. Moist and tender with a hint of parsley. We just ate it on it's own without adding any mint sauce or other dressing. I will definitely make this again on some of the weekends because a rack of lamb is a little too much for my boy and me. This meal, I got to cook for 3. :)
1 pkt Fresh Parsley, 10g (Stem removed, finely chopped, about 1 heap tbsp)
8 cloves Garlic (crushed, about 1 heap tbsp)
1/4 tsp Crushed Black Pepper
2 heap tbsp Honey
1 Rack of Lamb (Cut into 8 lamb chops, bone Frenched, done by butcher)
Some Salt/ Garlic Salt for seasoning
A large ziplock bag
|No special ingredients used. I found this honey in the fridge and I want my lamb to taste a little sweet, just squeeze out 2 heap tbsp and mix with other ingredients. It was not runny at first, just mix together and it will turn runny after that.|
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1. In a bowl, mix all ingredients except salt.
2. Rub some very little salt on the lamb chops.
3. Put the lamb chops into a large ziplock bag. Pour in the seasoning, seal and shake until all the lamb chops are covered with the seasoning. Marinate for 1 hour.
4. Place the lamb chops in the fryer's pan.
5. Cook for 10 minutes. Flip over and cook another 7 minutes.
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