Also, if necessary, add ¼ to ½ cup water at a time to ensure it has enough liquid to cook. Lamb curry can be spicy, but my curry powder is quite mild, which is why I add cayenne when required.
Then, add the curry powder, gram masala, and lemon juice. Cover and simmer on low for 1 ½ to 2 hours until the meat is fork-tender.
Also, if necessary add ¼ to ½ cup water at a time to ensure it has enough liquid to cook. The only other way to cook these cuts of meat quicker would be to use a pressure cooker or Instant Pot.
The meat you used to make a lamb or mutton curry is very important. The shoulder or leg is the part of the lamb that gets most exercised which means it's tougher.
It takes longer to cook, but also has the opportunity to absorb more flavor. The only other way to cook these cuts of meat quicker would be to use a pressure cooker or Instant Pot.
Follow the stove top method and pressure-cook for 20 minutes. The nutrition information and metric conversion are calculated automatically.
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STEP 3 Pour 200ml boiling water into the slow cooker and mix everything well. STEP 4 After at least 6 hrs of cooking, add the yogurt and stir well.
You'll also need to brown the meat and soften the onion in the spice for 10 minutes before they go into the slow cooker. Serve with coriander sprinkled on top, rice and Indian bread of choice.
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Add the mace, diced lamb, ginger, garlic and chili powder. Mix thoroughly, cover and leave in the fridge for at least 3 hours or overnight.
Brown the meat all over and remove, using a slotted spoon, into the bowl of the slow cooker. Add the remaining oil to the pan and once hot add the cumin, asafoetida and cinnamon stick.
Season well with black pepper and cook on low for 4 hours. Serve with coriander sprinkled on top, rice and Indian bread of choice.
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Minimal effort with loads of flavor. The perfect belly-warming slow -cooked curry for when the cold weather starts drawing in. I often make curries using chopped up beef or chicken, but this one is made using a whole lamb shoulder.
Using Lamb on the bone gives the curry such a wonderful flavor and, after slow cooking, you get that amazing tender fall apart meat. Cooking the curry slowly with the meat on the bone, means you get SO MUCH flavor in the sauce.
If not, you can do this bit in a large frying pan (skillet) over a high heat. Add in garlic, ginger, salt, gram masala, curry powder, paprika and cinnamon and stir together.
I like to remove some fat from the slow cooker, and then stir in a little cornstarch slurry to thicken the sauce slightly. The very first time I made this curry (about 4 years ago), I remember how quickly it was gobbled up.
Cue two children walking around with books on their heads and sticking their little fingers out whilst drinking pretend tea. I thought that was going to be the end of it, until Grace requested a ‘proper posh meal with lots of knives and forks’.
So that resulted in us making a 7-course dinner with us all dressed up to the nines, drinking wine (ok, ginger ale) and enjoying the entertainment (Lewis’ robot dancing). Great fun, but a million times more effort than this crackpot curry.
I've since been much happier to put up with two grubby children and a table cloth covered in orange-coloured-sauce spots when I make it…. Slow cooked lamb curry with a rich and delicately spiced coconut curry sauce.
Heat the oil in a large pan (or your slow cooker pot if it can be used on the hob), add in the lamb and sear until lightly browned on all sides (about 6-8 minutes). Add in the garlic, ginger, salt, gram masala, curry powder, paprika and cinnamon.
At the end of the cooking time, remove the lamb and place on a chopping board. Spoon off some excess fat that has risen to the top (it's a good idea to leave a bit, as it enhances the flavor of the curry).
Shred the lamb with two forks and place the meat back in the slow cooker. Defrost overnight in the refrigerator, then reheat in a pan until piping hot throughout.
Keywords crackpot, Lamb Recipe Ideas, slow cooker, spicy Updated in September 2019 with new photos, video, tips and a couple of recipe improvements.
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