Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Cookbook Countdown #14: Lamb and squash (& puds) curry

A good thing that I added potatoes!  The squash I used melted into the curry!
I cooked rice for hubby's lunch, but packed two ciabatta buns for mine!
 the chutney I used was fruity hence the curry was a wee sweet.

 otherwise, a quick and simple lamb curry!
two spices, curry powder, bay leaves and water
in addition to lamb shoulder, squash and potatoes.
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This is my third dish from (my chosen book):
pages 224-225 from:
Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Every Day
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3 comments:

  1. Lovely dish you picked! Rice or ciabatta, I would love to have either one with the curry!

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  2. Interesting about the squash melting into the rest of it, it would, I do know that, but I would not have thought of that beforehand. Tips like that are such a help!

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    1. Kayte, I do think butternut squash would have fared better than the pumpkin I used though, if added later and not as early as required in the recipe.

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