This gluten/dairy free curried lamb stew just melts in your mouth! Of course I like mine with pasta! My husband preferred his right out of the pot with some Naan bread (he can eat gluten)…
This was our Easter Dinner this year and it just might have to make it into our monthly rotation!
This would be wonderful with lime cilantro basmati rice. I had every intention of adding some peas, but they just didn’t make it into the dish, oops.
Here is the pasta I used…
Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…
Curried Lamb Stew
- PLACE 2 pounds lamb stew meat into a zip lock bag.
- ADD 2 tbsp. sweet rice flour, 1 tbsp. dried sage, and lots of sea salt/cracked black pepper. Shake bag until every piece of lamb is coated well.
- MELT 1 tbsp. coconut oil in large skillet on high heat.
- SEAR both sides of lamb making sure to do it in batches. Do not over crowd the pan.
- PLACE seared lamb into slow cooker and remove pan from the heat.
- ADD 2 tbsp. bone broth and scrap the good brown bits off the bottom of the skillet.
- PLACE skillet on a medium high heat and add 2 tbsp. ground turmeric, 2 tbsp. ground ginger, 2 tbsp. garlic powder, 1 tbsp. paprika, and 1 tbsp. ground coriander. Stir spices for a minute or so to release all the oils.
- ADD 1-14.5 oz. can unsalted, fire-roasted dice tomatoes and mash them a little to break them up a bit more.
- STIR in the rest of the 32 oz. box bone broth, 1-6oz. can tomato paste, and 1 tbsp. local honey.
- HEAT through and then add to slow cooker.
- ADD 1 bay leaf, 1 cinnamon stick, 1 large peeled/roughly chopped onion, 4-5 medium/peeled/diced carrots, and 1/2 bag peeled/roughly chopped fingerling potatoes to the slow cooker.
- COVER and cook on low for 8-10 hours or high for 4-6 hours in your slow cooker.
- ADD a squeeze of lime juice, some chopped cilantro, and S/P to each dish.
Grateful Day – A blessed Easter!
How would you enjoy this curried lamb stew? Right out of the pot, with noodles, or over a bed of rice with some vegetables?
Thank you for listening!