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Delicious! Great to cook something different. Some people have lamb phobia. I think it's greeat once in a while, and this dish crystallizes the treat. I used chicken broth instead of water, as a few others did; seemed to make sense. I also mistakenly chopped the onions fine instead of slicing them fine. Still turned out delicious. I have found many fabulous recipes here. Time to become a paying member I think.

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Andrrrea August 15, 2008

I thought this was great, easily put together ahead of time & tasted great. My hubby wasn't too keen on it but I think that was because I used a cheaper lamb chop. Next time will use loin chops or similar and may even add some sliced carrots along with the potato for an extra vegie serve. A great one pot dish.Thanks!

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**Mandy** July 02, 2007

This was a wonderful meal! Made for the ZWT, I love lamb and as soon as I saw this I wanted to make it. Very flavorful, easy recipe and the aroma was delightful when cooking. I added some extra garlic and instead of water, I used broth. The meat came out nice and tender. Thank you for posting it!

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Thymestudio May 29, 2007

Very nice! Lamb is my favourite meat and this is a great recipe that turned out beautifully.

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dreamerPrue May 03, 2007

Jewelies, these were just wonderful. Even though I used only 6 chops, I found I needed the full quantity of the other ingredients. I also added an extra layer of potatoes and onions and poured a little more stock/wine mixture over them. I boosted the flavours a bit with some onion and garlic powder, dried Italian Herbs, salt and freshly ground pepper sprinkled over the layers, and substituting the water for stock. I needed 1 1/2 cans (600g)tomatoes to make the recipe. The dish came out BURSTING with flavour and we both licked our plates clean. Thanks - this is destined for the Avalon Favourites file!

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Kookaburra April 25, 2005

We had this tonight. It was quick to assemble and made some almost inedible chops we've had in the freezer really tasty. I would change the water to stock next time, and I think I would prefer boned cubed shoulder 9so I could control the removal of the fat in the meat more. Loved the breadcrum mix through it-tasted great and thickened it nicely.

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JustJanS April 12, 2005

This was very good except my picky kids yucked at the lamb. I will try again with pork chops. Thanks!

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Miss ~V~ February 10, 2005

First time making lamb chops for me. This was delicious. I made this exactly to the recipe. Will be making this again. Thanks so much.

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orlfane9 December 25, 2004

Great recipe Jewelies, I used a can of diced tomatoes with chilli, basil, oregano and garlic which was a 400g can, instead of plain tomatoes, which gave wonderful flavour to the recipe. I love these recipes that you just asemble, put in the oven and forget.

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Latchy July 26, 2004

Delicious dish. Served to a guest, and his first comment when walking through the door was that something smelled great, and after his first bite he confirmed that it tasted great as well. Nice, too, that you can assemble this well in advance and stick in the oven an hour before dinner is served, having only to add a vegetable to complete the meal. Thanks for posting !

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FlemishMinx June 26, 2004
A Pot of Lamb Chops