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Recipe for Lamb Bhuna (Curry Cuisine)Click image to enlarge

Recipe for Lamb Bhuna (Curry Cuisine)

Recipe for Lamb Bhuna (Curry Cuisine)

(Ref: RCP026)

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Cook traditional Lamb Bhuna at home with this carefully blended spice mix...

Serves:

4

Preparation Time:

10 mins

Cooking Time:

30-40 mins

Ingredients:

900g lamb or beef, cubed
 
 2 Onion, chopped
 
 Sunflower/Vegetable Oil - 2 tbsp
 
 Salt to taste
 
 225g passata (sieved tomatoes)
 
 Garlic - 1½ tsp crushed
 
 Ginger - 2 tsp chopped
 
 Green Chillies - 1 tsp chopped (optional)
 
 2 Aubergine, skinned and chopped
 
 Fresh Coriander - handful
 
 Curry Cuisine Lamb Bhuna - 1 Pack
 

Method:

• Place Oil in a pan and heat, add the Cloves and Cinnamon from the Curry Cuisine Lamb Bhuna Spice Mix and wait until they sizzle.

• Add the Onions and cook until golden, on a medium heat

• Add the Garlic, Ginger and Green Chillies to the pan and stir. For a hotter dish, add more Green Chillies.


• Add the Spice Mix from the Curry Cuisine Lamb Bhuna Spice Mix, the Salt and Passata, and stir.

• Cover and simmer for 5-10 minutes. The Masala will be ready when the Oil separates and appears on the surface. Add the Lamb/Beef and chopped Aubergine to the Masala and stir. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes.

• If the Sauce is too thick, add some hot Water. Add the Fresh Coriander. Continue cooking until the Meat is cooked.
Serve with boiled Basmati Rice, Naan Bread or Chapattis.

Testimonial:

"Dear Spices of India, I only found your site recently and have ordered two lots from you, both arrived very quickly, I am impressed and will order more. My first attempt at Lamb Rogan Josh this weekend turned out just as good as a restaurant. How about adding a Dansak SpiceNTice? Well done and thanks."

- Tony Little