Plan ahead because the lamb needs to marinate for at least 8 hours. To serve, lean the cut chops up against a pile of roasted garlic mashed potatoes and a side of bright green beans.
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Wowzers! This is amazing and impressive for guests. I've made this twice now and it blows people's minds.I actually marinate as instructed, but then just put in the sous vide until I'm ready for it and sear on a hot grill (coal, of course!) for a nice smoky crust. Slice them apart and place on a bed of couscous with currants and toasted pine nuts and drizzle some of the sauce on the lamb.Some of the 'jewel roasted vegetables' from this site on the side and it is an amazing and beautiful meal!
Fantastic recipe, and very easy! Made this for Easter dinner a couple of years ago, will try it again this year!
I'm not really a lamb lover, but I'll give it a 5-star rating because my guests raved and even the piece I tried tasted pretty good. Like others, I seared mine before putting it in to roast. It was very easy and elegant.
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