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Curried Lamb Stew

Hi All,

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)…

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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…

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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!

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Integrative Wellness Community

7 thoughts on “Curried Lamb Stew

  1. this looks scrumptious! I haven’t made a lamb stew before, but your photo makes me want to asap.
    I’d love to find some gluten free egg noodles, I haven’t seen those anywhere here in my city at all. I make my own egg-based noodles once in awhile, and they’re delicious but sometimes when you want a quick meal I don’t want to have to make pasta from scratch. I bet a gluten-free naan with this would be amazing too… YUM! Thanks for sharing 😀

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! I would love to find some GF Naan. I have never looked for it, maybe I should. You are more adventurous in the kitchen than I am to make your own pasta! I wonder if you could get that brand of pasta from Amazon, Gluten free mall, or that new Thrive online market? I found it at my local Kings (Kroger back East). Let me know how your curried lamb stew turns out if you make it sometime! Cheers!

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