Sunday, January 30, 2011

Recipe: Marinade for Loin Lamb Chops or Shrimp

This is a recipe for a marinade I use on both loin lamb chops and uncooked shrimp. I cook both either on the grill or in a skillet. Use skewers for the shrimp on the grill. Very tasty !
Try it, you'll love it !
Marinade for Lamb or Shrimp
(printable recipe)
1/2 tablespoon Dijon mustard
3 tablespoons Balsamic vinegar
2 medium cloves of garlic, minced or use a garlic press
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
salt pepper
1 sprig or rosemary or a teaspoon of crushed rosemary

Directions: Whisk ingredients together and marinate lamb or shrimp for at least a hour or so in the refrigerator. Cook as desired.
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malia said...

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SocialStudiesSoubrette said...

Oh my that sounds so yummy. I am going to have to try it out.

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Debbie said...

Looks delish. Following you from Monday's hop. Enjoy the day!
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Andria said...

Great recipe! I think I'll try that :) Im following from the Monday blog hop. I would LOVE a follow back! Thanks

Brooke Douglass said...

Looks very yummy!!!
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Money Saving Momma said...

Hi!! I found your blog on the Money Savings Monday hop...I have never had lamb chops, but this looks so delish! I love your blog, I am now a follower. I would love for you to check Money Saving Momma blog out at:

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Red Nomad OZ said...

Hey! Great recipe - looks like it'd work for almost anything!

Have a great day!!

Dayhomemama said...

Oh Yum, that looks delish...I wonder if it would be good with pork chops since that's what I've got in the's -27 today, don't want to run to the grocers for anything!!

Ott, A. said...

Just stopping by from the Tuesday night Supper Club linky party. I cook with a lot of lamb too and wanted to invite you to link up to my February "Iron chef challenge" where the themed ingredient is lamb chops. Hope you can join in the fun!

Coupon Queen said...

Hello, stopping by on the mid-week blog hop to see whats new this week. This dish sounds wonderful and it made my tummy rumble! I haven't felt good for almost two weeks and this is the first thing I have felt like eating! I love lamb so I may just have to make the hubby run to the store for me. :) Thanks for posting it.


Thanks so much for linking up to THIS WEEK'S CRAVINGS (don't forget to add a DIRECT link back to the linky party, so that your readers can see all the Super Bowl recipes). Your food looks great and I hope you come back next week our theme is Valentine's Day!

It's a Keeper said...

HI! I'm hosting a link up this week -- It's a Keeper Thursdays! I hope you can come over and link up!

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Christy said...

what a lovely marinade...i think it would go well with just about anything! i can see myself sopping up the extra juices. thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!

Monica said...

Sounds great...I'm more of a shrimp on the BBQ myself, so that definate a recipe I'll use this summer...stopping by from Rook No. 17 Linky!

Buffi Neal said...

I love lamb. Thanks for the recipe.
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Elisabeth Hirsch said...

That looks sooo yummy! LOVE it!

I found you from the blog hop. I'm following.

LambAround said...

You have a lot of nerve, my dear, posting a recipe for lamb on LambAround ;)

Actually, it looks really yummy!

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