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Lamb Curry (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Francis Chu.

Materials needed (Size is based on 2 people): * Lamb stew meat 2 pounds (lamb chops; beef are ok).

Ginger sliced (100g)
Garlic sliced (100g)
Curry powder
Cloves
Ground pepper
Salt (2 big tablespoons)
Chili pepper (1 tablespoon)
Onion chopped (as many as you like)
Potato (2 or 3)
Five spice powder
Aniseed (a few)
Dry bay leaves (a few)

Direction: Step1: Put sliced ginger and garlic and chopped onion into wok and stir-fry it for 1 minute.

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Step 2: Then put the lamb stew meat into the wok and Stir-fry it for 5 minutes until it is almost done (the fire has to be strong).

Step3: Put 2 tablespoons of salt onto the cooked meat and put curry powder (a thin layer to cover the whole meat). Put ground pepper and chili pepper. Keep stirring (cinnamon powder or five spices powder if desired).

Step4: Put a glass of water and clove into the wok, then put potato into it. Cover it with lid. Let it simmer for 20-25 min. (keep stirring every 5 minutes).

Step5: Serve with steamed rice. Eat it and enjoy!

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julie knowles
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Made the lamb curry, I added gluten free mango chutney into it at the very end once I had taken it off the heat, I made enough for 6 of us , All the family enjoyed it......




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