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Loin chop

The loin chop comes from one side of the lumbar area of the lamb known as the saddle and is almost an entire muscle.

The loin chop comes from one side of the lumbar area of the lamb known as the saddle and is almost an entire muscle. They contain a T-shaped bone on one side is the loin muscle and the other is the tenderloin.

Nutritional Values:

Nutritional Value: 
grilled, lean
Fat: 
10.7g
Energy kj/Kcal: 
892/213
Saturates: 
4.9g
Protein: 
29.2g
Price: 
4
What does it look like?: 
What does Loin chop  look like
Where is it from?: 
Where does Loin chop  come from
How can I cook it: 

Loin chops are best grilled or pan-fried. They cook quickly and are ideal for a quick and tasty meal and remain really tender if not over cooked. Cook then for 6-8 minutes on each side depending on thickness.

What else could I use: 

There are lots of meaty chops or steaks available that work well griddled, grilled or pan-fried try leg steaks, noisettes, valentine steaks, Barnsley chops, chump or traditional lamb chops.

Did you know: 

Loin chops are the lamb equivalent of the sirloin of beef.