Lamb Curry

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Appears in
The Clay-Pot Cookbook

By Georgia Sales

Published 1974

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With a bit of care about the key ingredients, this gives you a matchless curry.

Ask your butcher for boneless rolled shoulder of lamb, cheaper than most other cuts. When trimmed of fat, cut into bite-sized pieces, and steamed in the wet-pot, this inexpensive lamb gets buttery-tender. You need a first-rate curry powder, imported from India; the Maharaja brand from Madras gives superlative results. You'll have to experiment with the quantity, but Maharaja curry used in the proportions