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Curry that can be eaten with roti, puri, rice or made into a bunny.
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the onion until lightly brown. Add the ginger and garlic paste and stir. Add the whole spices until a little brown.
Add the curry powder,garamasala,cumin powder and tomato. Cook for few seconds till tomato softens. Then add the rinsed lamb chops. Cook on medium heat and add a little water.
Let it cook for about 20 minutes and add the potatoes. Stir when necessary,if you need a little gravy add some water.
When the potatoes are cooked and gravy is thick, remove and garnish with coriander leaves and serve while hot.
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30-40 Minutes Cooking Time
By Dorty from SA
Cut meat into 1-inch cubes. Heat oil in heavy saucepan or Dutch oven. Add meat, sage, and lemon rind; brown meat on all sides. Add onion; saute lightly. Drain off excess oil, and stir in bouillon. Cover saucepan, simmer 50 minutes. Season with curry, salt, and pepper. Add green pepper; simmer, uncovered 5 minutes. Stir in mushrooms, tomatoes, and apple; simmer 5 minutes. Cool mixture slightly; gradually add yogurt. Heat thoroughly without boiling, serve at once.
By Raymonde G. from North Bay, Ontario
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I am looking for recipes for Ground Lamb with Curry (Indian dish) and Shrimp Thai Fried Rice.
Bridget from AZ
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I have fallen in love with curry! I have bought some red curry paste. Can anyone suggest any lamb curry recipes?
Margie from Mount Vernon, OH
Hi: My family are Indians. Don't bother with curry pastes. Learn to cook authentic Indian curries from good cookbooks available at most book stores and libraries. (05/06/2008)
Go to Allrecipes.com, or search 'curry lamb' and see what sites come up. (05/06/2008)
Hi, go to www.desicookbook.com for how to cook lamb curry; However there are many types of curry dishes but they all basically start off the same way. I would agree with the previous poster to not use the curry paste, it's really not the same. You would be better off going to a Indo/Pakistani or mideastern grocery/meat market and getting a spice mix or masala. "Shan" brand masala is the most widely used. They will have one especially for making lamb curry which will also have the recipe for making it properly on the back. This way you will have both the spices and recipe to make your dish. Hope this was helpful and hope you get your lamb curry. (05/13/2008)