Masala Raan - Roast Leg of Lamb
This delicious Indian style lamb roast is so easy to make! Try it...
Anglo-Indian Pepper Mince
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Chops Hara Masala - Lamb Chops in Green Masala
Chops Hara Masala or Lamb Chops in Green Masala is a popular Parsi dish. Learn how to cook them...
Lamb Shanks with Spinach - Gosht Saagwala
This lovely, lush curry is perfect for a hearty family meal. Add a green salad and you're set!
Lamb Curry - Meat Curry
Simple, yet delicious, Lamb Curry is also easy to put together. This is my go-to recipe when I want to cook a simple, wholesome meal for my family.
Lamb Korma - Mutton Kurma
Kormas are typically made by marinating the main ingredient in yoghurt and spices like ginger and garlic. It is then cooked in its own juices and a gravy made of onions, lots of tomatoes, green chillies and whole spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, coriander, cumin, etc. Kormas can range from mild to medium hot and taste nice with breads like Chapatis (flatbread), Parathas (pan-fried flatbread) or Naans (leavened flatbread made baked in a tandoor or oven).
Madras Lamb Curry - Mutton Madras
I have always been intrigued by what is known worldwide as the fiery Madras curry. The reason I am curious is because no such curry is actually traditionally made in India! This popular dish is in fact, a western version of how meat curries are made in south India! Here is how I make it, using traditional south Indian spices.
Seekh Kabab - Kebabs on Skewers
These delicious kebabs can be made with any minced meat you like, but I like lamb best. Serve them with green Mint-Coriander Chutney.
Laal Maas - Red Meat Curry
This traditional Rajasthani dish can be made as hot as you like. Serve it with Bajra Ki Roti.
This delicious South Indian stew is delicately flavored with a mix of spices and coconut milk. It tastes great with rice, Dosas, Idlis or Appams.
You can make the Koftas in Kofta Biryani with chicken, lamb or beef. Serve this delicious, hearty dish with a green salad and raita of your choice.
The name Dopiaza literally means onions twice! This recipe calls for onions, to be used in large quantities and in two batches. It is really easy to cook but tastes like you spent hours, lovingly preparing it! What more can you ask for?
This dish sounds exotic and tastes it too! Add it to a dinner party menu and friends will think you slaved to make it for them. In truth, Nargisis Kofta is fairly simple to make.
Serve Kadhai Gosht with hot Chapatis (Indian flatbread) or Naans (tandoor baked Indian flatbread).
This pan-fried kabab can be made with lamb or beef but tastes best when made with the former. Serve it with Mint-Coriander Chutney.
Just one of the many delicious kababs that are the mainstay of Awadhi cuisine from Lucknow in North Indian Uttar Pradesh. Try this melt-in-your-mouth kabab with Mint-Coriander chutney.
Daal Gosht (lamb with lentils)
This wholesome dish makes a great one-pot meal. Add a green salad and you're in business!
The literal translation for the name of this dish from Kashmir is 'red lamb'. The colour comes from the Kashmiri dry red chillies used in it.
Dahi Gosht (lamb in yoghurt sauce)
A thick, creamy North-Indian curry best eaten with your choice of rice and a green salad.