My husband gets to enjoy one day of cold meat sandwiches before the leftover roast meat is whipped into a dinner. Before eating, defrost in the fridge overnight and then reheat as above. x. about me! You definitely cannot beat good curry and the homemade one is the way too go for sure. The Importance of Self-Care & Filling Your Cup... Breastfeeding Louie…from overfeeding to weaning. The lamb was completely delicious cooked with olives, tomatoes, anchovies and white wine. Corina Blum is a busy mum with 2 young children. Love the look of your lamb saag Corina and as lunch time approaches I could definitely do with a nice portion x, I'm so pleased you like it Jo! Which means there’s hope yet! Please try again. Cook Blog Share hosted by Cat at Curly's Cooking. My son asked what this was called because he has had it in a restaurant before. It works with just about anything!  -  Small chunk of ginger, peeled with a teaspoon and chopped, ~3 cups leftover roast lamb, roughly chopped, Leftover vegetables if you have them (i.e. I hadn't even realised it was National Chocolate week too - I might just have to buy some now! I'm Corina and this is the place where I share my recipes. Although I love lamb curries, you can make this with chicken instead and it will still be really really tasty. In a food processor combine the ginger, onion, garlic, chilli, curry powder, 1 tablespoon of the sunflower oil and half of the spinach and blend until it becomes a smooth paste. It also serves a number of people, making a roast lamb more economical for large families. I used leftover lamb, potatoes, broccoli and courgette, however you could use leftover roast kumara or pumpkin, peas or carrots. Alternatively, you can make it one evening, keep it in the fridge overnight and then eat it the next day. I wish I had some left now as the leftovers were so good too! I used leftover leg of lamb I slow cooked the night before. You can also freeze any leftovers for up to three months. I’ll even send you a FREE printable. Stir in the lentils, tomatoes, tomato paste, salt and pepper and one can of water (I like to fill the tomato can with water to ensure all of the tomato bits aren’t wasted). This recipe is truly one of the best ways to use up leftover roast lamb. National Curry week starts on Monday 22 October and what better way to take part than to enjoy a healthy homemade curry. She loves easy healthy recipes that taste great and often involve spices. Simmer gently for 20 minutes until the sauce is thick and creamy then stir through the remainder of the spinach until wilted. Bring to the boil then simmer very gently for 2.5 hours. However, be careful as sometimes the chillies can split and make the whole curry a lot hotter than you might be expecting! Nutritional information is approximate and a guideline only. It looks so authentic Thanks for sharing with #CookBlogShare. My son asked what this was called because he has had it in a restaurant before. This looks right up my street (I reckon you'd've guessed that!!) Cook for about half a minute then add the onion and green chillies. Remember to enjoy thrifty roast leftovovers! roasted potatoes, steamed peas or beans) – about 2 cups, 1 cup lentils (I used Puy lentils but red lentils would be perfect), 2 cups spinach, finely chopped (or you could use silverbeet). If you have any gentleman that are like my dad and are super fussy and think that rice is ‘bird food’ then try this recipe. Put the tomatoes, ginger and garlic in a food processor and blitz until smooth. In a wok over a medium heat, heat the remainder of the oil and add the mustard seeds. Add the leftover lamb and vegetables if using) and keep stirring until browned. Chocolate Chunk Cookies (gluten- + egg-free). Oops! I hope you enjoy your curry this Friday - that's one of my favourite ways to end the week! I used leftover leg of lamb I slow cooked the night before. Eb x, Oh yes, it would definitely be good in the slow cooker and I'm sure the pressure cooker too! Thanks Monika! Bring the curry to a simmer and then cover and cook over a low/medium heat for about one hour. Put the ginger, garlic and onions into a food processor and whiz to form a paste. This tasty lamb and spinach curry is slow cooked to make the meat super tender. Aaaah I haven't even thought about curry week yet, I've been too busy thinking about chocolate week which is next week too . Yes, you do need a few spices, but this easy lamb and spinach curry is a great one to start with as it doesn't have a really long list of ingredients and the spices it does contain are ones that are very widely used in other recipes too. 07 Sep 2015, Definitely will make again. I often make a raita to go with it and you can also see some of my homemade onion bhajis in the background of the first picture. Why not also check out my recipe collection for easy spicy recipes that are perfect for midweek. Thank you! More often than not this ’leftover’ dinner also turns into another lunch. 09 Mar 2017. They are really easy to make so do check them out as well! Because the chilli peppers are left whole and just pricked, they don't make the dish too hot. The only thing I did different was to add more coconut milk, about double to what the recipe said. I have been a curry lover for a long long time and although you can get great takeaway curries and even fantastic ready meal curries these days, nothing beats the taste of your own homemade curry. About 5 minutes to read this article. The only thing I did different was to add more coconut milk, about double to what the recipe said. Add the contents of the tin of tomatoes followed by the coconut milk. x, It looks delicious, I do like stewed lamb! Cook and stir for 1 minute until popped. Privacy policy, Yummy, didn't have enough curry powder used garam masala and 2 chillies and then add the paste, chillies and a pinch of salt. This looks delicious! Your email address will not be published. I love to get feedback from readers. The email addresses you've entered will not be stored and will only be used to send this email. Easy Healthy Recipes with a Touch of Spice, easy spicy recipes that are perfect for midweek. Curries are great reheated as the flavours have even more time to develop. Do let me know if you make this lamb and spinach curry. Welcome to Searching for Spice. Add all of the spices and cook for a couple of minutes. -  Curry is the spice of Life. If all you have is the leftover roast lamb and nothing else, then that’s fine too. I think this would be great in the slow cooker too - or maybe in my new pressure cooker!! Serve hot garnished with fresh coriander. So, what's your favourite curry recipe and how will you be celebrating National Curry Week? Heat the oil in a casserole dish and fry the onion mixture for 10-15 mins or until all the liquid has … I'm a busy mum with 2 young children and am always trying to tempt them to try new things. . Definitely will make again. I love lamb curry and your version sounds really delicious. I’ve definitely inherited my nana’s thrifty kitchen gene as I’m now an absolute stickler for food waste! Just reheat thoroughly before serving. 27 Sep 2015, if your not a fan of peppers as i .I cut back to only 1 small pepper and it still overpowered all the flavours shame really was looking forward to try it