Alexander Chambersalmost 2 yearsLots and lots of roast lamb left over from Easter dinner. Any recommendations on curry recipes to use it up?10 comments,0 shares,2 likesSue Geenalmost 2 yearsangry or hungry? the latter I hope!Alexander Chambersalmost 2 yearsI had an angry partner and 2 hungry toddlers unfortunately... pictures next timeHari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsNice work @Alexander Chambers - no pictures?Alexander Chambersalmost 2 yearsYes I went for the thari wala and it went down a treat. Probably over did it with the accompanying naan, veg pakora, and chilli paneer though. Thanks againHari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsDid you get on ok @Alexander Chambers ?Alexander Chambersalmost 2 yearsThanks HariHari Ghotraalmost 2 years@Alexander Chambers if the masala is thick and robust the meat won’t need much cooking - you are just heating it through and getting the spices penetrating into it. It won’t make it tough on a gentle simmer and you won’t need to cook it for long. Also taste it and let the meat sit in the masala for a while before serving too. I’m sure it will be great!Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsAlso a Bhuna or madras recipe would be fantastic. Just get the masala nice and strong and the lamb will be great in those too @Alexander ChambersAlexander Chambersalmost 2 yearsIt does thanks. I cooked my lamb medium/rare so it was melt-in-mouth pink. Will simmering make the meat tough?Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsOh yes there is lots you can try and it’s perfect for curry @Alexander Chambers if you like dark tomato based curries then I would suggest make the masala from the thari wala lamb recipe. Use lots of onions and garlic and cook them to a nice dark brown colour. Let it simmer do you have a thick paste like masala add you chunks of cooked lamb. And some water and let it simmer for about 10-20 minutes and it will be amazing. Does that help?