Looking for an easy recipe for a Lamb Curry? You need to try this one from Nestlé.
- 2 Tbsp. Vegetable oil
- 2 Onions diced
- 2 Garlic cloves minced
- 3 Tbsp. Ground Coriander
- 4 Tbsp. Ground Cumin
- 1 Cinnamon stick
- ½ tsp. Chilli powder
- 2 cup Vegetable Stock
- 1kg Boneless Lamb Cubes
- 500g Potatoes Cubed
- 2 can Chopped tomatoes
- 200g Green Beans
- 500g Carrots Diced
- ½ cup Rough chopped Coriander leaves
- Cooked Basmati Rice to serve
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 tin Nestlé Cooking Cream
Method TO MAKE YOUR LAMB CURRY:
- Heat oil in a large surfaced pot.
- Brown onions and garlic.
- Add all spices and allow cooking out on a low heat.
- Add the lamb cubes and brown.
- Once browned add the carrots, potatoes, tomatoes and stock and allow to cook for 40 minutes or until tender.
- Add green beans and cook further.
- When the curry is completed, finish off with Nestle cooking cream and a handful of chopped coriander.
- Season to taste.
Approximate serving size guide of stew per person:
1 palm-sized amount of lamb from the stew.
1 fistful of stew broth (sauce and vegetables)
1 cupped handful of rice and/or potatoes from the stew.
Tips for you:
Limit salt, saturated fat and sugar
• Consider purchasing products which have the Heart Mark, such as NESTLÉ IDEAL Unsweetened Evaporated Milk. It’s a guaranteed way to buy food lower in salt, lower in sugar, lower in saturated fats, and higher in fibre.
• Ditch fast foods as these contain high sodium and saturated fats. Instead, cook fresh balanced family meals which include vegetables, lean proteins and grains or starches.
• Skip adding salt when cooking. Remove the shaker from the dinner table and replace with fresh herbs and spices. Try garlic, no added salt tomato paste, lemon juice or vinegar to flavour your food.
• In sandwiches, use canned fish or cook a little extra meat or chicken when preparing your main meal, instead of deli meats as these contain high salt and saturated fats.
• Limit sugary drinks and avoid adding additional sugar to foods i.e. cereals.
Reduce your portion sizes
• Help limit portion sizes by plating up your family’s meals. Remember that ½ plate should include vegetables, ¼ plate lean protein and ¼ plate grains/starches.
• Swop large dinner plates with smaller side plates as this can also help reduce your portion sizes.