Spiced Lamb Chops w. Green Bean & Mint Salad

by Oliver Hagen January 17, 2021 2 min read

Spiced Lamb Chops w. Green Bean & Mint Salad

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Serves 4 | 1 Hour

We are thrilled to be partnering with Chef Reuben Davis to bring you a 2 recipe series this Summer. Reuben has worked alongside some of the most celebrated and accoladed chefs in the world. From working in Michelin star restaurants, to creating food for his family and friends - his passion for food shines through his creations.
First up in the series, his spiced lamb chops, green bean, snow pea and mint salad, with a tahini yoghurt dressing. This recipe is perfect for an easy Sunday evening BBQ with family or friends.

From Hagen's:

4 Frenched Lamb Cutlets

For the marinade 

2 teaspoons Ground Cumin
1 teaspoon Ground Coriander
1 teaspoon Aleppo pepper
1 teaspoon Smoked paprika
50 grams Saint David's Dairy Yoghurt
2 Garlic cloves
1 Lemon
50 ml Mount Zero Olive oil

For the salad 

2 Navel oranges
250 grams Green beans 
200 grams Snow peas
1/2 bunch Mint
200 grams Saint David's Dairy Yoghurt
10 grams Sumac
50 grams Tahini
1 Lemon
100 ml 
Mount Zero Olive oil


  1. Firstly light your BBQ so it gets nice and hot 

  2. For the Lamb marinade, mix the spices and the yoghurt in a bowl, grate in the garlic and mix in the juice of one lemon and the olive oil 

  3. Add the lamb chops to the bowl and cover in the marinade set aside in the fridge for 45 minutes 

  4. In another bowl whisk the yoghurt, tahini and the juice of one lemon, whisk together season and set aside in the fridge 

  5. Toss the green beans in a little oil and place on the grill, once they are lovely and blistered on one side approx. 5 mins turn the beans and repeat on the other side then remove 

  6. Peel and segment the orange and place the segments into the bowl, squeeze the remainder of the orange into the bowl to get the juice

  7. Top and tail the snow peas and slice thinly on the angle add to the bowl with the orange segments, half the beans and also add them to the bowl

  8. Pick the mint into the bowl add half the olive oil and mix thoroughly 

  9. Remove the lamb chops from the marinade and place on the grill, cook for approx. 6 minutes or until golden on one side turn and repeat occasionally brushing some of the leftover marinade onto the chops as they cook

  10. Remove the chops from the grill and allow to rest for approx. 5 minutes

  11. On a large plate spread the tahini yoghurt out, pile on top the green bean and orange salad and season with some flake salt and sumac 

  12. On another plate lay out the lamb chops drizzle with some olive oil and serve


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