Traditional Barnsley Chop

Title: 170g chop
The Barnsley Chop is a lamb chop taken from across the loin which becomes a double sided chop, sometimes referred to as a saddle chop because it cuts across the saddle (back) producing a double loin chop with a little under fillet all in one. The Barnsley Chop is believed to have originated at Brooklands Hotel, in Barnsley, where it is still served, though some claim it was the Kings Head pub in Barnsley.
All our lamb is from our own land or from carefully selected Cheshire farmers

Cook in a hot oiled pan for 2 mins a side and finish off in a preheated oven of 180c/350f/Gas Mark 4 for 6 mins or until cooked.

Each chop is at least 170g in weight.