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Goat-Cheese Crusted Lamb Chops  
Recipe Number: 213
Contributor: Azat Aslanyan
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Serves: 2
Calories Per Serving: alot
Preparation Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Difficult
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1 (about 3 pounds) Rack of lamb (6-7 small chops)
1 lb of Goat cheese
1 bunch of parsley
a bottle of semi good Cabernet wine
lb of bread crumbs
cup of olive oil
2 large potatoes
stick of butter
3 cloves of garlic
Salt and pepper to taste
Cooking Instructions:
Preheat over to 375 degrees F.

Mince 2 cloves of garlic and the parsley fine. Mix it with the bred crumbs and only add the olive oil and kip the rest. Stir/mix well.

Take the lamb and sprinkle the salt and pepper. Be a little generous with both. On the top side of the rack of lamb paste the goat cheese. About a inch thick paste. After the goat cheese generously apply the bred crumb mixture. Place it in a pan and put it in the oven for 25 minutes.

While the lamb is cooking peal and place the 2 potatoes in water and boil it for mash potatoes.

While that is being cooked, take the rest of the olive oil and slice thin slices of the 1 garlic clove left and brown the garlic.

Mash the potatoes and add the browned garlic to it. Use the of the butter as the fat in the mashed potatoes.

Take out the lamb and let it rest for 5 minutes. While it is resting add the rest of the butter and of the wine to that same sauce pan that the lamb was in and bring it to a boil under high heat and let it reduce for 5 minutes.
Serving Suggestions:
In the center of the plate add a large spoon or 2 of the mashed potatoes. Pour some of your cabernet sauce on the sides. Slice the lamb between each bone. The two end chops will be well done, the next 1 on each side will be medium well and the center 3 will be medium rear.

Additional Comments:
Enjoy it with a good bottle of red wine.

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