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A Taste of Calor: BBQ Lamb Chops & Mediterranean Vegetables

Taste of Calor BBQ Lamb Chops

A Taste of Calor is back with our second video in the series!

We have been very lucky with our weather in summer 2020 and it has given many of us the opportunity to fire up the barbecue and enjoy great food in the comfort of our homes.

For those of you who love your barbecuing, you are in for a real treat. Check out this video from award-winning chef, Ian Orr of Brown’s Restaurant in Co. Derry, as he cooks up one of his all-time favourite barbecue dishes on one of Calors’ own mini barbecues.


See the list below for details of Ian's full recipe: 


8 lamb chops
1 courgette sliced
1 red pepper sliced
1 tsp of dried oregano
1 sprig of rosemary chopped
1 sprig of thyme chopped
1 tsp of sriracha sauce
100ml of natural yogurt
small bunch of fresh mint chopped
extra virgin olive oil
salt & pepper to season

Cooking Method

1. Pre heat your BBQ

2. Mix the chopped rosemary and thyme with a little olive oil and plenty of seasoning, rub into the lamb chops.

3. Pour a little olive oil over the vegetables, add the oregano and some seasoning and mix.

4. Place the vegetables on the BBQ and cook for about 4 mins on each side until soft.

5. Barbecue the lamb chops for 3 minutes on each side or a little longer if you prefer.

6. Mix the mint and the sriracha with the yogurt and serve


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