The best lamb curry recipe.
I'm a bit of slow cooker addict at the moment. I'm also loving a bit of lamb at the moment too!
I adore a good curry - but I will usually make vegetarian curries. There's so much flavour to be had and sometimes, there's just no need for meat. But I had this lovely bit of lamb in the fridge and decided to make a curry with it.
Mr Mean doesn't get back from work until after the children's dinner time, so I try to make a meal that will be good earlier on for the children and something that will be equally as nice when me and Mr Mean sit down to eat after the children are in bed. The slow cooker always seems a good solution. I can prepare the meal earlier on and avoid the stress of starting to cook a meal from scratch at dinner time with a toddler hanging off my leg. Once I've served dinner to the children, I can leave the slow cooker on for the grown-up's meal later on! I might even go to town and add some more chilli or seasoning - I am living the high life!
I think the slow cooker is one of the best ways to cook a meat curry. It makes the lamb in this dish super melty and tender - perfect for getting picky kids to eat some protein (mine just won't eat tough and chewy meat).
A good trick for this curry is to leave the slow cooker lid slightly ajar for the last two hours. This makes the curry less watery.
Here's how to make this very easy curry. It's worth investing in all the spices, as there are so many more curries you will be able to make and enjoy.