If you’re interested in grilling lamb loin chops, this video will show you some basic steps to get delicious results on your charcoal grill. Step by step instructions are shown below. Enjoy!
️ Purchase a Slow N Sear for your Weber Jumbo Joe or full size kettle grill:
NOTE lamb comes from one of three places: Australia, New Zealand, or America
Lamb from Australia and New Zealand is smaller and raised on 100% grass fed diet. The meat is leaner and may have a slightly more gamey flavor. A little more difficult on the grill.
Lamb from America is bigger and while they are also grass fed, lambs are fed corn for 30 days leading up to slaughter. This results in meat that is more fatty with more of a “beefy” flavor. Easier to grill.
If there is any moisture on the loin chops, pat dry with a paper towel. Season the chops with your favorite dry rub or seasoning. Set in the fridge for a few minutes or up to 30 minutes to let the seasoning set.
In the meantime, set up your charcoal grill for direct cooking over medium high heat. When charcoal is lit, dump it into the grill, and using tongs, spread the coals evenly across the bottom. Set your grill grate in place. Oil the grates with a paper towel or use some cooking spray (lightly!).
Place the loin chops on the grill over direct heat being sure to turn periodically to get an even sear on both sides. This won’t take long, so be prepared to work quick. When the chops reach an internal temp of 125-130, remove from grill and let rest for 5 minutes. The internal temp will continue to rise during the rest (note: the ideal final temp should be around 135).
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