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Private Reserve® Lamb Loin Chops

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6 (6 oz.) chops   #313WZC
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Private Reserve® Lamb Loin Chops

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Private Reserve

Private Reserve®

Omaha Steaks Private Reserve is steak without compromise. Our very best beef and veal has been hand-selected for quality, color, and marbling, extra-aged at least 28 days for maximum tenderness, trimmed to our closest specifications by only our most experienced butchers, and continually inspected for perfection. Private Reserve® is delivered in beautiful custom packaging guaranteed to impress. Shop All

Overview

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The distinctive flavor of lamb in a thick, meaty chop. Each Loin Lamb Chop is expertly trimmed, so they look as wonderful as they taste. Try them on the grill or broiler.
  • Thick, rich, intensely marbled lamb chops
  • 100% ethically raised and grass fed
  • Extremely tender and leaner than other meats
  • Remarkably rich, subtly earthy lamb flavor
  • Triple-Trimmed by our best butchers
  • Flash frozen after carving for perfect delivery

Preparation

Preparation

Thaw Chops.
Grill or Broil: When charcoal broiling or oven broiling your chops, it's best to begin grilling or broiling lamb chops about 4" from the source of heat. Broil approximately 6-8 minutes for rare and 10-12 minutes for medium-rare turning once during that time. Use a meat thermometer. Rare chops will register 120 °to 130 °; medium-rare 130 °to 140 °. Prepare one or two chops per serving.
County of Origin: USA

Nutrition & Info

Information

Menu Steaks & Chops
Protein Lamb
Meal Course Entrees
Meal Time Dinner
Preparation Raw
Cooking Method Broil, Grill
Dietary Need Gluten Free, Ketogenic Diet, Low Sodium, Paleo Diet
Steak Cut Chop, T-Bone & Porterhouse
Tenderness Tender
Marbling Moderate

Nutrition

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Testimonials

5.0 average
"Very delicious lamb chops and they crusted beautifully!"
Lee Ann M. - Baton Rouge, LA
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