By Bev in NY on September 30, 2004
Photo by *Parsley*
Photo by *Parsley*
"This recipe is great for just about anything you want to fill or top. Use it over rice, serve it in Pita's with Feta Cheese, fill pastry shells, or even have it on toast! It is very flavorful and has an Indian Flair to it."
Serving Size: 1 (180 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Absolutely delicious. I wrapped it in filo dough and topped with feta (hubby's request), and then baked for about half an hour at 350. Served with rice - absolutely delicious! Will definitely be serving again :)"
"A friend brought over some ground lamb for me to cook. Choose this recipe and was glad I did. I followed it to a "T" except increased broth to a full cup. Made spaghetti squash for her to serve this over. I have pretty much stopped eating meat but this smelled so good, I could not stop myself from eaating some. Really yummy!"
"I always have ground lamb in my freezer, so I was happy to find this recipe. It was very tasty and easy to make. I made this just as written, using the red wine. I served this over rice. Thanx for sharing the recipe!"
"One thing I dislike about lamb is the gamey flavor, and this recipe gets rid of that. It has a pleasing complex flavor. I really enjoyed this recipe, My pan was too hot when I added the wine, so it ALL evaporated instantly. I added enough more to keep the meat from sticking, and that fixed the problem. Hubby really enjoyed this when I followed the recipe exactly. The first time I made it, I added too many pepper flakes. So, if you follow the recipe, you will enjoy it I'm sure. This is a keeper!"
"Most excellent, thank you for sharing"
"Perfect!!! I took the advice of one poster and put on top of spaghetti squash. I love the flavor. Thank you for posting. This is a keeper."
"This was wonderful. I made it with broth and not wine. Cooked it down rather dry and used for a pizza topping. Made a sauce of Greek yogurt with dill, rosemary and lemon. It was a rave hit. I will definitely make this again, next time just over brown basmati rice."
"We did third of the recipe being we had never tried lamb - tasty as written, but needed just a bit more liquid. Next time we may add black beans to make it into a lighter nachos option with our pita chips. Thanks for a great first experience using lamb."
"Wowza! This was so good - my DH very enthusiastically advised me that I was welcome to make this anytime, "like again tonight"!! I used one heaping tablespoon of Patak's Hot Curry Paste and it was spot on. I used the red wine, but I think I would prefer the broth next time. I also think this would be great with ground beef - can't wait to try it!! I served it with pressure cooked brown basmati rice. Thank you for the great tasting recipe!"
"This was really good--though I did have to make some changes... I scaled everything back for 1 lb of lamb and because I was out of my red curry powder, I made up a mixture (1/4 tsp nutmeg, 1/2 tsp white pepper, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp ginger, 1/4 tsp cayenne, 1 tsp coriander, 3/4 tsp cumin) and then served this over 3/4 cup white rice with 1 oz of crumbled goat cheese on top. I also minced the garlic and left out the red pepper flakes. Even with my changes, this is still a keeper! Thank you!"
"This was most excellent! Easy to make with a wonderful unique flavor. Thanks for posting."
"My fiance and I both agree that this is Delicious. I am always looking for new recipes to make for the two of us. This is very easy to make. I added a bit more garlic and doubled the crushed red pepper. I served the dish over rice with a Â½ of a pita."
"My fiance and I really love this dish and make it regularly. We definitely use the 1/4 tsp of red pepper flakes, as we like it spicy. It is a fast, easy, delicious meal. We typically serve it over Basamati or Jasmine rice."
"We found this just great! Quick; easy and good flavor. I ommitted the red pepper flakes. The curry powder I use is Penzey's 'sweet', so we found it made a very 'smooth' flavor. My SO put it between two layers of rinsed/drained Grape Leaves -- he said it was delishious! Will definitely make this again! :)"
"Pretty tasty! Basically Indian sloppy joes. I added some extra curry powder and a bit of sugar as well. The quality of the curry used will really make the difference here. We put it on buns and also over pasta -- a great alternative to standard spaghetti sauce. Thanks for the idea!"