This beautiful, silky and rich curry is steeped in as much history as it is flavour. The ever famous Mughlai cuisine developed in Medieval India at a time when the Moghuls ruled. The signature taste of Mughlai cuisine is one of richness from the coconut cream and beautiful flavours from its mix of whole and ground spices. This curry takes time to develop it's complex flavours; it has a tomato, onion and garlic base, a blend of aromatic spices and coconut cream.
Preparation: Step 1 - Defrost in microwave or fridge overnight Step 2 - Microwave until hot (approx 3mins)
🌶 This meal has a spice level of “mild” 🍙 Best served with steamed basmati rice - get yours here
Ingredients: Lamb boneless pieces, onion, ginger-garlic paste, tomatoes, coconut, cream/milk and spice blend (red chili powder, coriander, cumin, turmeric, black pepper and fenugreek). Contains: Sesame seeds and sesame seed products (eg tahini), Tree nuts and tree nut products other than coconut from the fruit of the palm
Hi, I'm Umesh!
My passion for food has come from my mother, she is a great cook and has won many awards for cooking in India. When I was small, around 15 or 16 years of age, I used to type out her recipes on a typewriter so that she could mail them to the magazines for competitions. Once when she was not there, I looked up her recipe book and made chilli chicken and fried rice and I was thrilled at my achievement.
When I found out that my daughter had dairy and egg allergy, I started to bake goods according to her diet. Then baking plant-based motivated me to support other people who suffer from allergies or people who have chosen to alter their diets because of ethical issues. I believe that FoodSt is the right platform to share these meals with everyone who loves to try tasty food. For me, cooking is a kind of meditation that allows me to feel the moment, besides, I enjoy cooking for my family. My cuisine is plant-based. I can describe my style as innovative. I had my grandmother who was a talented cook, has influenced my way of cooking. I grew up with eating a mix of ethnic dishes which helped me to develop my palate in years. I look forward to bringing you some delicious plant based treats.