*This is a sponsored post for Try Lamb
I haven’t always been the biggest fan of lamb but after a trip to the Kendal Calling festival with Try Lamb, I have definitely been converted. After hearing all the amazing ways to have lamb, I was keen to experiment and try new recipes. After experimenting, I came up with my own recipe with a marinade mixture which tasted so lovely that I don’t even understand why I ever went through a phase without lamb!
As you probably already know, not only is high-quality lamb packed with flavours but it is also full of vitamins such as B12, iron, zinc and is a great source of protein in your diet. Lamb chops, in particular, make a great addition to any main course when served with rice, vegetables or even just salad but they are also perfect starters for any barbeque parties you have coming up!
Try Lamb have challenged me to create a recipe that is affordable and under £10 ahead of their Love Lamb week (1st-7th September)… challenge accepted! Not only is this recipe completely affordable with the lamb chops costing ONLY £3.85, but it is super tasty, healthy and easy to make. I always was under the misconception that lamb was expensive, but I was definitely surprised after going to the supermarket and seeing the price.
I had so much fun creating this recipe and learned that lamb does not always need to be slow-cooked but can actually be super convenient and east to pan grill for no more than 30 minutes. I have completed the challenge so now it is your turn!
Not only is this lamb recipe easily affordable, but it is also extremely tasty and flexible as you can replace the rice with grilled vegetables or simple just drizzle the lamb chops in your favourite sauce and keep it as simple as. My favourite thing about this recipe is how quick it was to make! Lamb does not always need to be slow-cooked, sometimes just pan grilling it on high heat for 30 minutes will do just the trick and is perfect for when you are in a rush!
Make sure you check out Try Lamb for many more delicious recipes and have fun experimenting with lamb, there is still so much more to discover!