Country Fried Lamb Chops & Sawmill Gravy




This Country Fried Lamb Chops with Sawmill Gravy recipe is comfort food done right. Chef Tom takes a rack of lamb, pounds out a steak and then serves it with mashed potatoes and creamy gravy on the Yoder Smokers YS640s Pellet Grill. Tastes just like mom’s home cooking!

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**PRODUCTS FEATURED **
CATTLEMAN’S GRILL BUTCHER HOUSE BRINE: https://bit.ly/3UWeJvD
CATTLEMAN’S GRILL PIT FIRE HOT SAUCE: https://bit.ly/3OoA8M2
R BUTTS R SMOKIN’ STEAK RUB: https://bit.ly/3ucGFAh
LODGE 8″ CAST IRON SKILLET: https://bit.ly/3i1ugME
HARDCORE CARNIVORE AMPLIFY MEGA SAVORY FLAVOR DUST: https://bit.ly/3XG5mCu
CATTLEMAN’S GRILL LONE STAR BRISKET RUB: https://bit.ly/3VEb7Pd
YODER SMOKERS YS640S PELLET GRILL WITH ACS: https://bit.ly/3ua2HDh

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0:00 Intro the Country Fried Lamb Chops recipe
0:41 Breakdown the lamb
2:01 Pound out the lamb
3:00 Put together the breading
4:51 Bread the lamb
5:52 Fire up the grill/ refrigerate the lamb
6:19 Make the gravy
9:32 Pan fry the lamb
11:38 Mash the potatoes
12:11 Serve it up
12:44 Get a taste

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20 replies
  1. Mike
    Mike says:

    Alright, props to the crazy bastard that thought to pan fry lamb.

    Should the team ever want to smoke a lamb roast (or even wild ram should you be fortunate enough to source one), I found the Cattleman's Carne Asada rub to be perfect for those who don't like the slight gaminess that lamb has. As for wood, a few hours over a mixture of mesquite and oak – converted a hardcore hunter who wasn't necessarily anti-lamb, but couldn't cook it to his taste.

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  2. Jonathan Skrabak
    Jonathan Skrabak says:

    Chef Tom once again so sick …. ntm I'm gonna bash you at some point lol.

    Buttermilk will cut down on the gameiness and tenderize.

    But yet here you are cuzzo!

    Acid with salt, sweetness, and protection 💯💯💯

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  3. Roy W. Knight
    Roy W. Knight says:

    This is crazy. In a bad way. Start with the most expensive, tender, delicious cut of lamb and prepare and cook it like the cheapest cut of beef. Not a good idea. Total waste of lamb. Most of the recipes presented here are very good. This one is not.

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