Here, a simple lemon-garlic sauce does double duty—it’s brushed on the lamb and stirred into the couscous. You can use lamb loin chops instead of rib chops, but they might need slightly more time under the broiler.
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Solid recipe, easy to follow. Only pity is the lamb chops are hard to fully broil with a nice crust, since the garlic prevents the main part from browning. But overall a nice, easy recipe for a weeknight!
We found this recipe to be very good, BUT, we wanted to cut it down for just two, and had difficulty in getting the correct amount of lemon garlic mixture into the couscous. If you had printed separate ingredient lists for each recipe, we would not have had this problem. In future if you have similiar recipes, do print them separately to allow for cutting or doubling as necessary.
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