Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
I really cannot remember where I first got this recipe, but it has been in my family for ages. My kid's friends all expressed "concern" about the ingredients, but they also licked the plate clean :) If you think you need too, you can add a little water to stop the chops from sticking or burning, just adds to the sauce, which everyone seems to love. You can also do these on the barbecue.
- Brush mixture lightly on both sides of meat, and fry in a butter-oil mixture for 7 minutes each side, medium to low heat, until done.
- If it starts to stick, you can add a little water to the pan, as the chops don't have to be fried, just cooked.
- Remove chops, add a little more butter, and add 4 large sliced bananas with any leftover marinade.
- Sprinkle with a little brown sugar and cinnamon.
- Toss around till hot and coated with mixture, spoon over chops.
- Serve with Mashed Potatoes and green veg.
- And bread to mop up the sauce.
I made this for the Aus/NZ Swap #38. Because of my DH's preference, I made these with Pork chops (I love lamb!). They were juicy, tasty and tender. And the bananas! Yum! I've made them on the grill before; now I know I can make them anytime! Thanks for sharing.
I expected this to have a little more flavour and kick to it, so that Is why I think I was a little disappointed.
WOW. I was wondering about the combination of flavours in general and especially paired with lamb. I did make this with french trimmed lamb chops as this is what I had on hand. This was amazing even my son said goodness this ice tea tastes like water compaired with all the flavour of the dish I have just eaten. This is a wonderful different dish that I can strongly recommend I think my whole family would back me there. What is strange I do not like bananas a whole lot and loved them with this. I served mine with orange sweet potato and platain chips (more of a savoury bannana.) This is really excellent, thanks for sharing.