During the cooler weather we look for warm comforting meals to nourish our families. The aromatic spices that flavour this delicious lamb curry, also make your house smell amazing and get those saliva glands working, ready to digest your healthy meal.
I like to serve this dish with steamed broccoli and my Garlic & Coriander Flat Bread.
I prefer to cook my curry on the stove top in a Le Creuset pot/dutch oven but it's also suitable to cook in the oven or using a slow cooker (you will need to reduce the liquid by 1/3 for the slow cooker and of course adjust the cooking time).
Preparation time doesn't take long for this dish but you will need to allow at least 2 hours to marinate the lamb, or easier still, prepare the night before. There's no need for standing over the stove stirring with this meal. Pop it on to simmer and let it slowly cook away, just checking once to add the cauliflower towards the end.
My lamb curry is a great meal to serve up to guests, you can also serve extra dishes to accompany it and make your meal even more special. You may like to use coconut yoghurt with either chopped mint or coriander leaves mixed it. Diced cucumber or a tomato, onion and cucumber chutney, lime wedges. Cauliflower rice or roasted cauliflower. Also my Green Mango Salad would be lovely with lamb curry and don't forget Garlic and Coriander Flat Bread or 'Naan' Bread from my cookbook.
By Susan Joy