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Can Lamb Chops Be Slightly Pink And Safe To Eat?

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spathiphyllum | 17:41 Sun 07th Apr 2019 | Food & Drink
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Briwn n crisp on outside very slightly pink in middle like steak well done?

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Oh, yes. Lovely.
Yes lamb should be pink
yes
I wouldn't eat it any other way
Yes, if slightly pink.
Lamb is meant to be pink, quite pink.
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Thankyou
Lamb is meant to be however you like it.
Meat can be cooked rare, medium, or well done. (Raw or burnt too in some circumstances.)
Pink but not bloody.
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im a lamb novice
Get it right. It's expensive.
Old Geezer for your information pork should never be undercooked
yes
By definition, one doesn't eat something defined as undercooked. That's why it's considered undercooked.
I wonder if it's a British thing (or out of date thing) that pork has to be thoroughly cooked. I always have Iberian pork in my favourite Spanish restaurant on holiday and the chef insists it should be medium rare. Doesn't bother me.
Prudie
I wonder if it's a British thing (or out of date thing) that pork has to be thoroughly cooked.



Love raw pork mince on some bread.
And I love raw bacon straight out of the packet :-)
Lamb should be very pink and it's perfectly OK to serve pork pink too.
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i prefer crispy meats. Use to like medium rare but now i like rare. Lamb chops for me have to have a tiny bit of burnt fat on them. Delicious.

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