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Barnsley chop

barnsley chop

Barnsley chop is prepared from the saddle of lamb and is essentially a slice from the saddle roast. It is effectively a double loin chop.

Nutritional Values:

Nutritional Value: 
Saddle per 100g
Fat: 
23.8g
Energy kj/Kcal: 
1175/283
Saturates: 
11.5g
Protein: 
17.3g
Price: 
4
What does it look like?: 
How can I cook it: 

A Barnsley chop is best grilled, griddled or pan-fried - it is quite large, so is perfect for those with a hearty appetite. Cook them for 6-8 minutes each side depending on thickness. 

What else could I use: 

For a smaller but still meaty chop, try valentine steaks, loin chops or chump steaks or chops.

Otherwise known as: 

Crown chops, double chops

Did you know: 

The Barnsley Chop is believed to have originated at Brooklands Hotel, in Barnsley, where it is still served, though some claim it was the Kings Head pub in Barnsley.