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  • Serves 4
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

79 Comments

dukkah crusted lamb cutlets are a tasty idea to use instead of the everyday crumbed lamb cutlets. serve with a garden salad and s dollop of hommus for a light and satifying summmer bbq meal. add a teaspoon of chilli relish for those who like a little heat with their meal.


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 2 tablespoons egyptian dukkah spice blend (or any dukkah variety will do)
  • 4 tablespoons plain four
  • 10 lamb chops or cutlets
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1/2 lemon

Method

  1. Combine the flour and dukkah in a bowl and mix together with a wooden spoon. Coat both sides of the individual lamb cutlets or chops with the dukkah and flour mixture and put aside ready for the bbq .
  2. Heat the bbq to moderate temperature and drizzle the olive oil on the hot plate section. Place cutlets down spearately and cook 5min on one side then turn and cook 3 min on the other side. Sqeeze the lemon juice over the chops just before removing from the bbq.
  3. Serve with a garden salad: the photo above is a salad of lettuce leaves olives , fennel, shallots , lemon thyme, oregano , mint and fetta cheese and olive oil. together with some roasted mini tomatoes and with crumbed fetta, celery salt and dollop of hommus with jalepeno chillies. You could also serve with crusty oven baked rolls.

  • Thank you very much for sharing!

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  • I have some Table Of Plenty pistachio dukkah I’m going to use to make this thanks.

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  • mmm Dukkah and Lamb Thanks for sharing

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  • Lamb cutlets are a favourite in our house,never tried Egyptian spices,sounds really interesting!

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  • Thanks for sharing this recipe; these cutlets look delicious! These are now on the menu! :)

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  • Crusted lamb cutlets are divine to eat


    • yeah we love them but don’t eat them too much. just every now and then s fine.



      • They are good to eat when they can be bought at a reasonable price from the butcher.


      • Same on a budget so it’s more like a special occasion.

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  • yummy
    this looks so good
    thanks for posting

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  • I would love to try these out

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  • have tried Egyptian dukkah before, it tastes incredible, thanks for sharing

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  • Thank you for sharing. The dish looks delicious and beautiful

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  • This looks and sounds amazing.

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  • Love it, thanks for sharing

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  • This looks delicious. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • what a great way to add lots of flavour

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  • Never tried Egyptian spices – I would love to give it a go!

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