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Post by Jared » Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:22 am

Since I'll be home for the majority of the day next Thursday I was wanting to make a lamb curry. Problem is when I Google it i'i'm inundated with all sorts of recipes and spices and stuff. Was wondering if any of my brothers have any recipes or sources that I can check out since I've never actually made a lamb curry before. Done beef, chicken, pork and even a mushroom curry. Thanks.
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Re: Looking for a recipe

Post by Del » Fri Oct 06, 2017 11:59 am

I don't get to play much with lamb, and I am no expert on curries. And nowhere near a chef like you.

When I want to play at Indian cooking, I start with (New Orleans) Chef John Besh's recipe for Curried Anything.
https://www.thedailymeal.com/recipes/cu ... ing-recipe

Basic recipe you can pretty much beat into anything you like.

Looking this over, I would sub beef broth instead of chicken broth, and maybe select a red curry mix. (The madras is a yellow blend.) Or you could toss in some paprika, if you just want to tweak the color.

If you don't want a heavy coconut note with your lamb, use regular cream instead of the coconut milk.

Sriracha is a decent substitute for the exotic sambal chili paste.
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Re: Looking for a recipe

Post by Del » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:26 pm

I made a chicken/eggplant/zuchinni curry tonight, based on John Besh's basic recipe.

Had to adjust the spices a lot. Plenty more butter, curry powder, extra cumin and cinnamon. But sooo good.

I should invite Onyx over for a bite.
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Re: Looking for a recipe

Post by Sir Moose » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:33 pm

Jared wrote:
Fri Oct 06, 2017 8:22 am
Since I'll be home for the majority of the day next Thursday I was wanting to make a lamb curry. Problem is when I Google it i'i'm inundated with all sorts of recipes and spices and stuff. Was wondering if any of my brothers have any recipes or sources that I can check out since I've never actually made a lamb curry before. Done beef, chicken, pork and even a mushroom curry. Thanks.
You're going to feel really silly if Brigid has an awesome lamb curry recipe and doesn't post it because she's not a brother.

In case you were wondering, I don't actually have anything helpful to contribute, but I wasn't going to let that stop me.
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