I always thought sauteeing or pan frying with 1-2 tablespoons of oil was for thin cuts of meat. As such it isnt suited for lamb chops.
I've been watching some videos on youtube they sautee the chops or pan fry them seemingly quickly but they dont mention how long they cooked it for or if the meat is fully cooked or not. However in some videos I notice they mention it's medium rare but I need it to be fully cooked.
Since frying with a little oil is simple I'd like to do that rather than grill, bake, stew etc, but I need the meat to be fully cooked. Can this be done with sauteeing or pant frying(1-2 tablespoons oil) and if so, how long do I need to cook each side. Also if you can fry them for a short time like minutes why does broiling\grilling etc take so much longer? As far as I can see the chops do fry in a thin layer of their own fat when broiling.