Herbs that are commonly used to complement lamb chops are basil, parsley, rosemary and thyme. Recipes for lamb chops tend to use fresh herbs, but dried herbs can also be used. Cooks can find lamb chop recipes that use herbs online at About.com, Bon Appetit and Food & Wine.
Recipes for homemade lamb chops typically serve four people and use six to eight loin lamb chops. The dish is typically cooked in a large skillet, but can also be grilled or roasted. Another commonality among lamb chop recipes is the use of garlic as a flavor enhancer. Usually, whole garlic cloves are cut in half, minced or run through a garlic press. Some recipes add a citrus touch by including lemon juice zest in the sauce.
There are two ways to infuse lamb chops with flavorful herbs. One way is to combine all of the herbs with seasonings, garlic and olive oil in a bowl. Leave the lamb chops to marinate in the bowl for 30 minutes to overnight, turning them once during the marinating process. The chops are then placed into a pan to cook, or grilled, on both sides until done. Alternatively, lamb chops can be placed into an oven and roasted first, and the herb sauce is made afterwards in the same pan.