Lamb Chops in Red Wine!

This is by far , one of my favorite dishes. A little expensive, and take a while to cook, but totally worth it. Australia has fantastic lamb and great red wine, so you just have to make it.)))

The way i cook it, it’s just the way i cook it, doesn’t really belong to any cuisine. It is my personal method.

I like to cook it to the point when meat falls off the bone, but if you prefer a bit harder version, just reduce the cooking time. I also use the whole bottle of decent red wine, but you can use half wine, half stock or water.

I always serve it with mashed potatoes, as the combination is incredible, but it works well with rice or polenta as well.


Lamb chops- 18 pieces.

Onion-2 large, cut in half rings.

Tomato paste-2 tablespoon.

Red wine- 1 bottle. i have Shiraz

Cumin, coriander ground-1 tesspoon each.


Salt, pepper.


Heat an oil in a large pan on a high.

Season withsalt and pepper lamb chops and add them to the hot pan. Turn them over when browned. Add onions and cook ocassionally stirring . At this stage the meat will release juices, cook untill juices evaporated and onions almost dissolved. Reduce your fire to the medium.

Add tomato paste, stir, add spices stir for a minuet.

At this stage, add 1 bottle of wine, stir, reduce the heat, cover and cook for an hour. Check your meat frequently and stir. When the liquid reduces to a half and your meat is falling off the bone, it’s done. Shoul take around 1 hour.

And please remember, you are not becoming greener, when you are eatimg greens, and you are not becoming fatter, when you are eating fats.

32 thoughts on “Lamb Chops in Red Wine!

  1. This looks so mouth watering! I haven’t always loved lamb but recently made a couple of excellent lamb dinners. Nothing like yours, but it was a start πŸ˜„ I would like to invite you to join Fiesta Friday Link Party where you’ll find a group of passionate cooks as talented as you. I think your lamb will be well received. πŸ™‚

  2. I can see why it’s your favorite way to cook it! Falling off the bone with a rich sauce…now who doesn’t like that! πŸ™‚

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