Sunday, 13 January 2013

Slow Cooker Store Cupboard Lamb Curry (Keema)

In a bid to use up what food we have, I decided to throw a few bits together to see if it worked.   It was delicious, and saving me a trip to the Supermarket - where I inevitably spend a small fortune - was cost effective too.   After all, it is mid January and funds are low!
500g minced lamb (found in the freezer having been reduced)
2 onions, diced
1 can chopped tomatoes (always have them to hand)
2 green chillies, sliced - I kept the seeds in, up to you dependent on taste
3 cardamom pods split or bashed with the blade of a knife
2 tsp garam masala
2 tsp chilli powder - I have hot
2 garlic cloves chopped
2 tsp ginger (cheater from the fridge)
100ml lamb stock
2 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp turmeric - to be honest not sure it did anything to the flavour or colouring so wld omit next time!
Basically threw it all together and left it for 7 hours.   Added some green beans I found close to their demise and left for another hour.   Was delicious served with Basmati rice :)

Annie x


  1. Do you reckon you could use mutton in this as well?

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  2. if it was minced as Keema refers to minced meat, but the spices and other ingredients would still work with mutton, I have some in the freezer actually, might give it a go in the week - specially since it doesn't look like I'll be getting to Sainsburys any time soon #snow!
    Thanks for taking time to comment :)

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  4. Hi! Annie.Thanks for linking up to Slow Cooker Sunday.I never got an e-mail to say you joined in.I'll be promoting your recipe today.So sorry!

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