2 Simple Ways for Cooking Delicious Lamb Cutlets | Guest Post

f you are a meat lover, lamb is a must try. Its tender texture and mouth-watering flavour can make any breakfast, lunch or dinner a feast. What makes lamb special amongst other meats is that it has less marbling than beef does. So if you are looking for lean meats, lamb has got to be the best pick. All you have to do is trim the fat around the edges and you’re good to go. Lamb also has a pretty high caloric content so you will feel fulfilled after eating it. In fact, some cuts of lamb and even ground lamb have as much as 20 – 30 calories per serving higher than beef!
One of the best ways to prepare lamb has to be making cutlets out of them. They are light, juicy and delicious for people of all ages! However, there is a plethora of lamb cutlets recipe on the internet. If you are looking for a way to make yourself and the family some tasty lamb cutlets, you will find all you need to know down below.

There are number of ways to prepare lamb cutlets. To make your cooking experience, here are the 2 most popular ways to prepare lamb cutlets:
  1. The pan fried way

This is one of the easiest and simplest ways to make delicious pan fried lamb cutlets; just fry it in a bit of olive oil, and serve it with pea, mint puree or even potatoes. This one hardly takes 5 minutes of preparation.
Take your lamb cutlets and start coating them in olive oil. Then, lightly season is with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Next, heat a bit of olive oil in a frying pan until its crackling hot. Then lay in the lamb cutlets in the frying pan in a manner that it’s sitting up right with its layer of fat touching the pan. Give it a couple minutes and the fat will become golden crispy. When it does, lay the cutlets flat on their side in the pan and leave it for about three minutes before flipping over to the other side. You can cook it longer if you like your meats on the well done side. Remove the lamb cutlets gently after cooking both the sides without squeezing them too hard. Let them rest for 10 minutes before serving them with potatoes or a pea and mint puree.
  1. Baked lamb cutlets

This method doesn’t take more than 40 minutes until the steaming hot lamb cutlets are ready to eat. First, set aside extra virgin olive oil, 12 lamb cutlets (lean), 3 crushed garlic cloves, 1 tablespoon of grainy mustard, 2 tablespoons of freshly chopped rosemary, cracked pepper and sea salt. Then preheat your oven to 200 degrees. While it heats up, sprinkle olive oil in the baking dish and lay your lamb cutlets inside.
Make sure you rub the oil onto every single cutlet. Coat the lamb cutlets with the crushed garlic, rosemary and mustard. Lastly, season it all with salt and pepper. You can now place the baking dish into the oven and leave it to cook for the next 30 minutes. Turn the cutlets once after they are crisp brown. Feel free to add vegetables of your choice to the mix!


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