This juicy lamb curry recipe is easy to make and packed with plenty of flavour. Plus, it's low in calories too.
Maunika Gowardhan's trip to Udaipur in Rajasthan was made really special by meeting locals from the region and discovering this stellar recipe for a traditional laal maas – a slow-cooked lamb curry with bone marrow, chillies and spices.
A classic lamb and spinach Indian curry – this would make a great economical, and much tastier, alternative to a Friday night takeaway. Serve with rice or naan. Better than a takeaway: this easy lamb curry is the best one pot, made with garam masala, cardamom, ginger and coriander. Deliver to the table with steamed rice.
With hints of spice, this curry is a great way to liven up your week. Super creamy, nutty and low in calories, this recipe is perfect for a simple family dinner.
Our lamb curry is a great one pot, made with garam masala, cardamom, ginger and coriander. Deliver to the table with steamed rice.
This lamb and tomato curry with mint yogurt takes a while but is really easy to make – a great low-effort way to feed the family.
Our creamy lamb and tomato curry recipe is a great one to have on hand midweek. It may take a little longer, but it's totally worth it and it's really easy. Big flavours, minimal effort – it's a winner for us!
Don’t be put off by the time – most of this is spent letting this low-cal, flavour-packed lamb curry bubble away on its own.
No need for frying, all the ingredients are cooked together slowly to make a rich curry. We've also added instructions on how to make this in a slow cooker.
Mutton is just lamb which is two years old or more so requires slow cooking to become tender. It has a slightly stronger flavour than lamb which stands up well to West Indian spices like cinnamon, cloves and allspice in this easy curry.
Making a curry from scratch might seem like a faff but we promise once you've made this spicy lamb, squash and lentil curry, you'll never order takeaway again. And as an added bonus it's really light on calories.