Charbroiling

Charbroiling

Charbroiling2Charbroiling is a commonly used cooking device consisting of a series of grates that can be heated using a variety of means. The heat source is almost always beneath the cooking surface – for gas-fired applications this is referred to as an under-fired broiler.

For great tasting Moroccan style char-broiled lamb chops (loin, rack or blade), combine chopped cilantro, fresh spearmint leaves, minced garlic, lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil, cumin, paprika and salt to taste in a large mixing bowl.
Add chops, mix and coat well. For best results allow covered chops to marinade in refrigerator for at least 5-6 hours.
Bring meat to room temperature and place in preheated charbroiler until desired doneness.