Good Morning #HariCurryCrew

I hope all is well - so I posted this recipe last week and it got a lot of love so I thought it would be perfect for this weeks #recipeoftheweek
It's my Ossobucco or ossobocco lamb curry - meat cooked on the bone low and slow that is perfect in the slow cooker too. Check out the recipe below and me know if you are going to cook it this week - I want to see lots of pictures please. If you don't like meat on the bone choose a cut that good for low and slow chump, neck, braising cuts are good.

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hvondrus
6 days

@hari ghotra: drooool....me want.....gd nite❤

Hari Ghotra
7 days

Oh yes you can either of those would be amazing @demontec9

Cornel
7 days

Can I make this using mutton / goat meat ? Looks delicious

hvondrus
10 days

@jo dunn...thank you, i am sure you are correct. however just adding one black cardmom to a dish changes the flavor quite a bit....

Jo dunn
10 days

Hi @hvondrus , the cardomom will be green, I'm pretty sure. Hari would specifically state black if it was the black. (Though I think you could use both if you wanted to be creative!) I'd say yes to both your next 2 queries 💕

Jo dunn
10 days

😎

Arthur vdH
10 days

You’re welcome @Jo dunn !

Jo dunn
10 days

Thanks @Arthur vdH You've reminded me that I have mutton on the bone in the garage freezer!💕

hvondrus
10 days

@Hari Ghotra : for the lamb osso bucco: question: which cardamom: green/black or white?

for the meat cut: is a leg of lamb ok?

after initial browning can that be transferred into a slow cooker?

traceyross
10 days

This looks beautiful and the masala too, perfect for naan.

Arthur vdH
11 days

Sounds amazing. I have some goat sitting in the freezer that I think will be perfect for this!