This Indian lamb curry is made with any kind of stewing lamb you have. I made this recipe for those left over pieces of lamb that we all tend to gather in the freezer. You can make it with shoulder, shanks, knuckles, or just about any part of the lamb. It's simmered with fragrant spices, caramelized onions, and Greek yogurt until fork-tender. Served over Indian bread or basmati rice, this is a spectacular curry.Marthinus Strydom
Lamb curry is a popular dish that originated in the Indian subcontinent, specifically in the Northern region. The history of lamb curry dates back to the Mughal period when it was considered a royal dish served to the Mughal emperors. The Mughals introduced a wide range of spices to the Indian cuisine, and lamb curry became one of the most favored dishes. With time, the recipe for lamb curry spread across India and the rest of the world, with each region adding its own unique twist to the recipe. Today, lamb curry is enjoyed globally and is a staple in many households. It has become a symbol of the rich cultural history of India and the delicious flavors of Indian cuisine.
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