These domestic lamb chops truly represent the pinnacle of quality, the USDA Prime of Lamb, la creme de la creme. But what makes them stand out? Well, there's a fascinating story behind how American Lamb is raised!
The distinction of American Lamb begins with how it's raised, quite similar to beef, and it marbles just like beef. It's all about prioritizing taste and tenderness. This results in an exceptionally mild and buttery flavor profile. Plus, in terms of size, the average American lamb surpasses its imported counterparts.
From a sustainability perspective, American Lamb takes the high road. It's raised with a keen focus on animal well-being, fostering healthy communities, and ensuring economic viability. This not only benefits more than 800,000 American farmers and ranchers but also secures a bright future for generations to come.
And let's not forget about nutrition. These animals graze on natural pastures filled with high-quality grasses and forage, completely hormone-free.
When you choose American Lamb, you're not just getting a delicious product; you're also supporting a robust infrastructure that's dedicated to the well-being of its ecosystem.
We used the Victoria Signature Series Cast Iron Skillet to cook them! The Signature Series cast irons are built with the highest level of craftsmanship and seasoned to perfection. It is a cast iron skillet that has the perfect retention and distribution of heat and does not contain any petrochemicals, fillers or paint. This cast iron is unbreakable due to its proprietary spherrous iron material.
Watch the video & let's follow the recipe!
- Open and pat dry lamb chops
- Add salt and pepper to taste
- Heat cast iron to medium
- Add olive oil
- Add garlic
- Cook your lamb chops from 2 minutes on each sides, top, and bottom
- Remove the lamb chops from skillet
- Add the wine and lemon juice to skillet
- Add chopped parsley
- Cook for 1-2 minutes (until parsley is crisp)
- Cut your chops into slices
- Add your sauce on top