Cherry Orange Minute Lamb & Beer Recipe

Cherry Orange Minute Lamb & Beer Recipe

The Beer Fox says, “Tender, flavorful lamb; fruity flavors; a warm fireside friend; soft jazz and a frosted mug of Ale – perfection!”

Recommended Brew: Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat, Boston Beer Company, Boston, Massachusetts USA

Style: Fruit/Vegetable Beer – Clear and Golden with frothy white head – Delicate, sweet-tart cherry aroma that moves into a complex flavor of spice, with herbal, fruity tones; derived from the Belgian lambics.

6 lamb chops
2 tablespoons butter
1 teaspoon salt
2 peppercorns
1 medium onion, sliced
½ envelope onion soup mix
1 six oz. can undiluted frozen orange juice
4 oz. Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat

In large fry pan, sauté lamb chops in butter until browned both sides. Combine remaining ingredients and pour over chops. Cook on medium heat until juice is thawed, reduce heat to low. Occasionally spoon liquid over chops. Simmer, covered 20 minutes, or until meat is tender.

* Health Benefit: Rich in zinc, high quality protein, iron, vitamin C, vitamin F


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