Indian Spiced Lamb

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Indian Spiced Lamb

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Ingredients

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1 tablespoon garam masala or curry powder
4-6 lamb chops
2 handfuls halved cherry tomatoes
1 bunch coriander/cilantro
8 tablespoons natural yoghurt to serve

Variations

vegetarian – replace lamb with large field mushrooms or portabello or sliced eggplant ‘steaks’.

vegan – replace lamb with sliced tofu and replace yoghurt with equal parts tahini and lemon juice.

dairy-free / paleo – replace yoghurt with equal parts tahini and lemon juice.

carb-lovers – serve with steamed rice, naan bread or other flat bread.

more substantial – add a handful roast nuts like cashews or almonds. Replace some or all of the yoghurt with sour cream or mayonnaise.

more veg – serve with steamed greens on the side. You could also add chopped red capsicum (bell pepper) and zucchini to the pan with the tomatoes. Or serve lamb on a bed of baby spinach.

no lamb – replace lamb with chicken breast or thigh fillets or beef steak.

pescetarian – replace lamb with fish fillets and reduce the cooking time as needed.

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When I was photographing this recipe, my Irishman wanted to know what it was. I distractedly told him it was ‘an Indian thing’. And his response was ‘what a great name’.

I’m not sure I agree, for me Indian Spiced Lamb sounds much tastier, but feel free to call it whatever you think sounds best!

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Steps

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Heat a medium frying pan on a medium high heat.

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Combine garam masala with 2 tablespoons olive oil. Season and toss in the lamb to coat in the spiced oil.

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Cook lamb for 4-5 minutes. Turn then add the tomatoes.

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Cook for another 4-5 minutes on the second side or until well browned and cooked to your liking in the middle.

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To serve, divide lamb and tomatoes between 2 plates. Top with coriander (cilantro) and serve yoghurt on the side.

jules

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I really like the idea of doing this with garam masala. The flavor tends to be more pleasant for me, and I also get really tired of the flavor of standard curry powder.

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