Lamb cooked in Caramelized Onions
Posted On: Jun, 27 | Author: Savita
Slowly cooked lamb shanks in blend of wonderful spices are almost impossible to beat on a cold winter day. This recipe can be star dish of any party you host. Savory and richly-flavored, this recipe will make you glad you tried it…
Total Time: Prep Time: Cook Time: Cuisine: Indian (Curry, Main Course) Difficulty: Easy
1. Grind onion, ginger, garlic, green chilies, juice of half lemon to a coarse consistency.2. Add 4 tbsp oil in deep pan. Add cumin seeds, fry for 20 seconds. Now, add grinded mixture and fry till light brown in color. Add above mentioned spices and fry for 2-3 minutes.
3. Add lamb shank and yogurt and stir well. Fry stirring continuously for 5-7 minutes Or till outside skin is no longer pink.4. Add 1 and 1/2 cup water and boil rapidly for 2 minutes. Then reduce heat and cook till gravy thickens and meat is done (per you liking). ( If using Pressure cooker, add 1 cup water and cook for 20 minutes. Open lid after steam has escaped and then simmer it for 3-4 minute Or till gravy consistency is per your liking.)
- 5. Serve it hot with Naan, Roti Or Rice.
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Savita@Chris, all the recipes and images are protected by US copyright act. These are exclusive recipes of ChefDeHome and must not be copied or reproduced in any form. I can alloow you to share the link on your blog. but not the recipe or pictures.
ChrisDo you mind if I use your recipe and photos on my blog? Lmab Shank looks so perfect and mouthwatering good..
Savita@Karmaletta, I am glad you liked my Lamb Shank Recipe. For this dish, Traditional lamb shank needs to be cooked - fall from bone tender and gravy is mild spicy, aromatic and has lots of flavor from garlic, caramelized onions and above all cooked lamb shank meat. This gravy goes excellent with rice. Let me know if you have any more questions. Cheers!!
KARMALETTAtHAT LAB LOOKS MOUTH WATERING LOL. I'VE NEVER HAD IT BEFORE CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME THE TEXTURE OF THE MEAT AND HOW IT TASTE. CAUSE I'M GOING TOMORROW IN BUY ME ONE AND COOK IT LOL ATLEAST TRY
MaganI do not have many lamb recipes. This one looks worth a try. thanks
SandyThis looks mouth watering. I have to try this recipe.