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Christmas Lamb Mains Meat

Holiday Leg of Lamb

Christmas comes but once a year, but when it comes it brings great cheer! A gorgeous leg of Lamb is painted with holiday spices, stuffed with Garlic and Rosemary, studded with cloves, and roasted on top of veg for a fabulous holiday feast. Over the holidays we love to savor the special flavours we associate …

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Dal Gosht – Meat cooked with Lentils

I think almost everyone knows what Dal or Dhal is today. In it’s simplicity, it wows everyone. A Dhal made with lentils typically Masoor or Chana Dhal is Vegetarian and mostly Vegan. This version is for the meat eaters ๐Ÿ™‚ Silky Toor Dhal is cooked together with chunks of meat and then mixed together with …

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East Indian Ball Curry

It’s about time, I picked up the ‘ol East Indian Cookery Book and tried something new! This was one of my Mom’s treasures and now mine. I decided to try this Ball Curry aka Meatball curry as it has some unique ingredients like poppy seeds, peanuts and coconut and it was marked good by my …

Gluten Free Indian Mains Meat

Kheema with Dill

Did you know that Dill or Dill weed is from the Celery family? It’s used in a lot of Western dishes but not terribly popular in Indian cuisine. The word Dill in Hindi is called Sui ki bhaji and a simple translation is needle vegetable since the leaves look like needles. In the West, Dill …

Mains Meat Mexican and Tex Mex

Fall apart Beef Barbacoa

A special chilli sauce is prepared and beef chunks are marinated and wrapped in banana leaf before cooking it in a dutch oven. Barbacoa is an old traditional Mexican method of cooking either Beef or Lamb. Large pits in the ground layered with hot coal house bundles of this meat wrapped in Avocado leaves and …

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Railway Mutton Curry

During the British Raj, this Mutton Curry originally a Bengali curry was served on the trains from Victoria Terminus (lovingly called VT by the Bombayites aka Mumbaikars) to Calcutta. Rumor has it that a British General found the curry too spicy. He asked the Chef to modify it for him. The Chef added Coconut and …