A popular dish in Indian restaurants, lamb curry is simple to make at home. Spicy but not necessarily hot, these easy recipes for lamb curry can be made with ground lamb, lamb loin, or lamb shanks.See Popular Lamb Curry Recipes
For a slightly sweet, tangy flavor that complements the unique taste of curry, stir-fry the meat and then simmer in juice and dried fruit.
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Put a spice rub and yogurt on the lamb in the morning, then refrigerate until dinner. Cook it on the grill and dinner is ready to serve.
Spring lamb is the meat of the season. And one of the best expressions of boldy flavored meat is the tender lamb stew, with a world of variations. So we put together an international blend of recipes that's sure to delight the taste buds of any stew lover, from a classic Irish stew to a French ragout to a fragrant and warming Middle Eastern combo.
All those animatronic kids singing may be cute and all, but you know what we think gets the message across that "it's a small world, after all" in a far more delicious way? Meatballs! Think about it: from Mexico to Sweden, Asia to the Middle East (and yes, who'd forget Italy?), meatballs are a culinary staple the world over. The fact that they themselves are but miniature little globes ... coincidence? As any meatball lover knows, there's good reason these delectable meaty orbs are so very popular. They're versatile: you can use just about any kind of ground meat,read more
One of my favorite things about Indian cooking is that the Indian recipes I make at home generally taste "authentic" to everyone at the table. By authentic, I mean restaurant-quality. Most "international" recipes I try -- Thai, Chinese, even haute French and Italian -- end up good, but not as good as professionally prepared versions.
If you managed to make it through college without several of your meals consisting of ramen noodles each week, well, you certainly didn't dine in our dorm. Those super cheap, microwaveable instant noodles are as much a part of the college experience as learning to do a keg stand and memorizing your social security number. But now, ramen is getting fancy -- and it's finding its way to the head of the class. Chefs are increasingly serving up newfangled versions of noodle soup that most college kids could hardly afford, reports Today. Oiistar in Chicago, for example, offers "a bonitoread more
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How I hope that your romantic Valentine's dinner is intended for two people only, and that those two are adults. Not that I don't adore dear little children and their sweet ways. It's just that kids are so ... anti-elegance-prone, so apt to prefer chicken nuggets to truly dazzling cuisine. And to make known their disgust for good food in ways that are extra-clear, such as gagging. When it comes to a romantic, sophisticated dinner, the presence of kids is like an icy shower. Whether your children are sharing in the Valentine's Day menu is out of myread more
Learning to cook your favorite Indian takeout dishes at home is easier than you think. Here's a delicious collection of recipes to get you started.
There are foods that are good year 'round, like apples, and then there are foods that are truly seasonal. Sure, you can eat ice cream in mid-January, but who really wants to? Nope, winter is made for warmer fare, such as hearty soups and stews. When the temperature dips, nothing is more satisfying than a steaming bowl of soup or stew, a one-pot dinner that needs nothing more than a side of fresh bread to make a delicious meal. The right stew can warm both the body and the spirit, especially on cold winter nights. Finding that rightread more
Does having to choose from boring beef, common chicken, or plain ol' pork really get your goat? Stop yer bleatin' and embrace the hollow-horned mammal. The Wall Street Journal reports goat is the meat du jour in America, with chefs following the lead of places including Mexico, Jamaica, and the Middle East, where the animal has been popular for years.
"I'm glad we live in the plain days, with plain fire engines," my three-year-old son remarked as he studied pictures of horse-drawn engines from the 1800s. Well, I'm glad we live in the modern days, when my childhood is considered retro. Look! Thirty-somethings are eating, wearing and decorating with the stuff we had when I was little! And they think it's quirky! One thing setting that era apart from this one was the vast amount of entertaining people did. My parents were constantly either giving or going to Saturday night dinner parties. At these events, there were always ashtraysread more
When it comes to making dinner, all too often it seems we have two options: the quick-and-easy route or the laborious "special occasion" meals that leave you almost too tired to enjoy them. What if there was a happy compromise? No doubt you probably have a whole repertoire of quick-and-easy dinner recipes for busy weeknights, and they wouldn't be in your repertoire if they weren't, well, good. Or good enough. Because let's face it: we all settle sometimes. And even the best tried-and-true recipes benefit from a break once in a while. That easy pasta-and-ground-beef one-skillet recipe youread more