Lamb mince curry in one pot with rice? Is this your recipe?

(12 Posts)
HooseRice Tue 24-May-16 14:10:44

Someone, ages ago but this year, posted a recipe for a lamb mince curry. I had everything in for it other than the lamb mince. I bought the lamb mince, threw it in the freezer and duly lost the recipe/post.

Does it ring a bell with anyone?

Heartbroken4 Tue 24-May-16 14:11:58

No, but it sounds lovely ...

FawnDrench Tue 24-May-16 21:42:35

Is it this one from mamalovebird posted in November 2015?

'I doa one pot curry with lamb mince.

Jar of aldi madras curry sauce (with spice pot)
new potatoes
chicken stock (around a pint)

Fry off lamb mince, drain fat then add in the spices that come in a little pot attached to the jar. Stir through.
add potatoes/lentils/sauce from jar.
Add enough stock to absorb into lentils.
simmer for 20-30 mins (or until potatoes have cooked)
Add peas at the end.
I serve with soured cream/natural yogurt & poppadums."

Hope that helps (and that you can read it!)

HooseRice Tue 24-May-16 22:52:27

No, I would have remembered potatoes as DH is against having them in a curry. That one does sound lovely though.

Heartbroken4 Tue 24-May-16 23:07:30 ?

Heartbroken4 Tue 24-May-16 23:07:44

HooseRice Wed 25-May-16 07:27:11

Thanks for looking but it is none of those. I wouldn't usually have butternut squash in.

It was rice and lamb mince mixed.

Lynnm63 Mon 30-May-16 00:23:22

I hope someone remembers it as I'd like the recipe too.

whois Mon 30-May-16 11:30:52

Can you just try frying the lamb mince with a diced onion and spices, then adding a jar of curry sauce and the rice, adding water if it needs it and then stiring through peas at the end?

whois Mon 30-May-16 11:34:05

Or you could adapt this method:

NannyMarmalade Mon 30-May-16 14:06:02

Was it a biryani type of curry?

This one from Jo Preet's Kitchen sounds nice but I would substitute the mutton for lamb.

Yum, I just fancy a nice lamb curry this week so have put it on my weekly menu.

NannyMarmalade Mon 30-May-16 14:06:42

x post blush

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