Quick Cooker/Instant Pot Lamb Chops

Updated: Jun 27

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I recently purchased a Pampered Chef Quick Cooker (equivalent of the Instant Pot), so I have been having fun exploring and experimenting with it! I know how amazingly tender meat becomes when you cook it in a Crock Pot, so I was interested in making a meat dish in my new Quick Cooker.


This lamb chop recipe is an adaptation of a few recipes since I didn't have all the spices most recipes called for. I also didn't choose to saute the lamb chops first, but I made up for this by cooking the lamb chops for a longer duration. This allowed them to become extremely tender, so I highly recommend cooking them for this extended amount of time! A small warning-the amount of oil I used based on the recommendation of other recipes did lead to very oily lamb chops, so you may want to experiment with the oil levels.

Instant Pot Lamb Chops

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 1-2 servings












Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Rub the lamb chops with half of the Mom's Magic Masala seasoning

  2. In the Quick Cooker/Instant Pot, pour the olive oil, chicken broth, and remaining Mom's Magic Masala seasoning. Stir everything together and place the rack of lamb chops on top of the mixture.

  3. Cook on the beef/pork setting for 25 minutes. Allow the quick cooker to release the steam naturally for approximately 10 minutes upon completion.

  4. Plate the lamb chops and serve them with the side of your choice. I recommend serving them with rice which will absorb the juices of the lamb. If you are savvy with your Quick Cooker, you can cook the rice simultaneously with the lamb chops!

  5. Enjoy!

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