Staff Curry – Traditional Indian Curry. This traditional style curry got its name from the British Indian Restaurants. Many of the restaurants would have a big pot of a traditionally made curry to feed the staff that worked there. This curry would often consist of chicken or lamb on the bone, the bone giving extra…… Continue reading Staff Curry – Traditional Indian Curry
I do love a Lamb Madras. The good thing about a Madras is it can be as simple or as complicated as you like. The basics of Madras are tomatoes, something sharp & sour such as lemon juice or tamarind and plenty of chilli heat. As we don’t have lamb curry all that often I…… Continue reading Lamb Madras
One of our favourite meals in the ‘Ome Made household is slow roasted lamb Moroccan style. Lamb shoulder coated with a warming, earthy Moroccan rub. Keep It Local! We are lucky in Sheffield that we have so many places to buy superb locally reared lamb. Two of our favourites are Firs Farm and Whirlow Hall…… Continue reading Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style
Slow Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style Slow roasted lamb Moroccan style is such an easy recipe. You can even prepare it the day before so that you can just put it in the oven the following day. Cooked Low & Slow it means you can get on with other things during the day. For more details…… Continue reading Roasted Lamb Moroccan Style
Spicy Crispy Lamb Breast… this was an absolute winner! I’m quite a fan of lamb breast, a very underused and under rated cut of meat. I think a lot of people are put off by the appearance (there appears to be very little meat) and they don’t know how to cook it. I…… Continue reading Spicy Crispy Lamb Breast
Sometimes, not very often but sometimes we have a meal which is quite simple and not spicy. Well, not that spicy! Shepherds pie is one of those dishes. We don’t have it that often at all, so when we do it’s a real treat. It’s one of those really comforting foods. Perfect for…… Continue reading Shepherds Pie… No really… Just Shepherds Pie!