This lamb neck stew uses frugal bone in neck chops to create a simple, homely, cheap and outrageously tasty stew… just add mint sauce!
Achar Gosht, a hot & sour Indian curry cooked in a wok to emulate a karahi, this version has Hyderabadi influences & uses lamb or mutton.
Minted lamb shanks slow cooked in the oven in a mix of red wine and stock that makes the perfect base for an outstanding gravy!
This slowly cooked Moroccan influenced lamb tagine gets a sweet edge from dates and honey and texture from deliciously nutty almonds.
Slow cooker lamb shanks in a bold red wine sauce with garlic, red pepper & rosemary, a perfect “Sunday” lunch that goes nowhere near an oven!
This lamb burger recipe is very much influenced by my love of Indian flavours. That does not mean that it should be confused with a ‘curry burger’! The flavours here are the same sweet and sour flavours often associated with burgers.
Keema matar is a classic homestyle curry recipe from Pakistan featuring minced lamb or mutton and peas in a generously spiced sauce.
Lamb rogan josh is an ever-popular curry that is defined by soft and tender yoghurt marinated meat in a boldly flavoured and spicy sauce.
Lancashire hotpot, a traditional British recipe for a lamb or mutton stew featuring kidneys & oysters topped with golden scalloped potatoes.
Lamb Madras, a fiery yet fragrant recipe inspired by an ever-popular British Indian restaurant classic, this version is both easy & delicious.