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Is it safe to eat lamb chops that has been frozen for a year?

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2007-08-14 20:25:07

Yes it is. However, the longer the meat has been frozen the less

the meat will taste, so use Rosemary, garlic powder (NO SALT as

salt toughens meet and it should be added before serving if the

person cooking it likes salt) a little red wine after brown the

lamb chops or, you could use a touch of garlic (not over-powering

because you just want to bring those juices out) and lamb should be

served slightly pink and not well done. You can serve with veggies,

a nice tossed salad, garlic bread, roasted or BBQ'd small red

potatoes. If you are going to roast the potatoes over the BBQ then

cut up heavy tin foil into 4 - 5 inch squares or use one large

piece of foil, wash and cut the small red potatoes up and place in

foil, add thinly sliced green onion, a little salt/pepper, olive

oil or Italian salad dressing) crease the top of the foil over the

potatoes (leaving room for expansion) and seal ends of foil. Pop on

the BBQ or in the oven for 20 - 25 minutes. Fresh corn is also

great with this meal. Tip on buttering your corn: Instead of

putting out a chunk of butter for your corn (if you are having

guests over or just with family) melt butter in a small pot, add a

little salt, pepper, Parmesan cheese (the powdered kind) melt and

pour into a small bowl and use a brush to dip into the butter and

spread on your corn.

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