Monday, February 19, 2007

Lamb Curry


Ingredients:

Diced Lamb - 750 g
Ginger and garlic paste - 2 tsp each
Turmeric - 3/4 th tsp
Chilli powder - 2 tsp
Kashmiri chilli powder - 2 tsp

Wash diced lamb three times, squeeze the water out, keep this in a plate. Marinate this with gg paste, turmeric, chilli powders, mix well and keep aside until needed.

Onions- 2 m (chopped thinly)


*Whole garam masala - {Whole Cloves, Cardamom, Cinnamon sticks, Bayleaves - 3 each}


Water - 1 and 1/2 glass


*Home made masala powder - 1 and 1/2 tsp
(for masala ingredients, follow my kodi kura recipe)


Salt to taste
Coriander leaves - handful

Oil - 6 tbsp

Proceed:

1) Heat a flat deep non-stick pan, add oil heat it up. When it is hot add whole masalas cook for few secs. Immediately add onions fry until golden color.

2) Add marinated lamb, keep this on medium low and cook until water evaporates. When it is almost evaporating add home made masala powder, cook until well fried.

3) Add water and salt to taste, bring it to boil. Transfer this to slow cooker and cook in low for 6 hrs and lastly high for 1hr or until lamb pieces are cooked well, just before switching off add coriander leaves, cook further and serve.

Serve with Kobbari Annam and Naan.

© 2007 by Rajani Rayudu

19 comments:

Lakshmi said...

bhale ruchhi ga kanispistundi Rajini, keema balls kuda.

KrishnaArjuna said...

Great recipe Rajani! Keema balls look delicious too!

Rajani said...

Hi Lakshmi garu
Try chesi chudandi definately worth it.

Hi Krishnaarjuna
Thank u and do try it. It's healthy too.

cheers
rajani

Trinity said...

dear can you tell me if its 6hrs and consecutively 1hr and or they are mins???

Rajani said...

Hi Trinity,
Welcome to my blog. Yes they are in hours not minutes. It is cooked in slow cooker or crockpot which heats and cooks at a very slow rate. I use slow cooker for that many hours because it cooks the meat tender and infuses the spices in to the meat. Alternatively u can cook this dish on stove top too. simmer it until lamb is well cooked and u can see a path when you slide the spatula through the cooking sauce. Hope this helps.
cheers
rajani

Anonymous said...

Hi Rajani,

Tried your lamb curry today and substitutted mutton for lamb. It was excellent! Thanks for the wonderful recipe.
--Kanchan

Rajani said...

Hi Kanchan,
Nice to know u tried the recipe and worked well for u. Thanks for your lovely comments and welcome to my blog!

cheers
rajani

Ananditha said...

Hi Rajani,

How are you.I am new for ur blog. Ur lamb curry is very very nice. nenu kooda try chesanu. and i got appreciations from my family. Thanks a lot. Can give the mutton palav recipie for me.

Thanks again.
Ananditha

Rajani said...

Hi Ananditha,
Welcome to my blog! It's nice to know it turned out well for u. Thanks for letting me know. For Mutton pulav just replace mutton in my chicken pulao recipe.

http://amma-cheppindi.blogspot.com/2007/01/chicken-pulav-pulao.html

Try it out and let me know. Thanks.

cheers
rajani

sree said...

Hello Rajani Garu, your recipe looks very good. If possible can you also post recipe for traditional kodi vepudu (chicken fry) or mutton vepudu please.. Thank you.

Rajani said...

Hi Sree,
Thanks for your lovely comments at my blog. Will post the recipe when I am free.

Thanks
rajani

Shella said...

I am really glad to have found your blog. You have really nice recipes & I am truly a fan of Andhra cooking

Rajani said...

Hi Shella,
I am glad you liked my blog.
let me know if you try any of them.

cheers
rajani

Ram said...

HI Rajani,
That was an excellent recipe and I have tried the same with wonderful taste. Thanks for sharing the same. By the way have you any idea what is "Nambi naluka" in telugu translates to the equivalent word in English and would it be available in Australia. Much appreciated if you can identify.

Cheers
Sundar Cheruku

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Ram,

Thanks for trying it out. I am glad it turned out great.
Regarding your query I really don't know what you are talking about..............

cheers
rajani

Indu said...

hi rajani,
i know u have posted the kodi kura receipe long time back. but i have recently started browsing sites for receipes, and i wanted to tell u that the kodi kura was awesome.. lovely taste and aroma of the curry was too good.thanks again for the receipe..

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Indu.

Thanks for your feed back. I am glad you liked it, it is my favourite curry.

cheers
rajani

Babu said...

Hey Rajni...Thank you for sharing a nice mutton curry...it came out very well....apreciate you for sharing this great recepie

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Babu,

Thanks for your feed back. I am glad you liked it.

cheers
rajani