Curry- and Ginger-Rubbed Lamb Chops with Apricot-Lime Sauce
MyRecipes.com user A Cook in San Mateo, CA raved about this Indian-flavored dish. "We made this for Easter dinner and it was a big hit. The Apricot-Lime Sauce (which ends up being more like a chutney) is ambrosial and the curry-and-ginger rub makes the lamb chops taste divine just by themselves, too. Everyone was picking up the chops to gnaw the last bits off the bones."
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There are a lot of reasons to love this dish, says cathy: "Delicious!! Quick and easy. My husband usually prefers beef tacos and I was able to change his eating habits. I would make them again and also they would work for a huge crowd."
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Singformi has made this recipe for years, and still loves it: "My husband and I have been using this recipe since it came out in Cooking Light. It's easy and tasty and even better if you let it marinate for several days! It has become one of our staple dishes! We serve it to friends and family and we eat it ourselves all the time. You can't miss with this one."
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