Lamb Keema with Potatoes and Peas

  • portland Posted: 02/28/11
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    this recipe was exceptional. the yogurt and milk gave the dish a silken quality that was very pleasant. the taste was floral and spicy.

  • marieclaude5 Posted: 09/21/11
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    great indian flavor. potatoes take longer to cook.

  • EricEitreim Posted: 10/11/11
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    This was OK, but I wouldn't make it again. It is easy and quick, and I know the potato is authentic, but we found the potato on the rice too much. I would think about making it substituting cauliflower for the potato.

  • Foxygirl Posted: 10/07/12
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    My husband and I loved this dish. Delicious flavors, the spices were well-balanced, and the yogurt and milk gives it a really nice stroganoff-like texture. I agree with the other reviewers -- the potatoes took longer to cook -- so I covered the pot and cooked everything an additional 10-15 minutes. The potatoes were enough carbs for us, so we served it without rice, and it was wonderful. Hearty and filling, a perfect fall/winter meal.

  • redcucina Posted: 12/27/13
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    This is really tasty. Indian spice flavors and great texture from the sauce. If you dice the potatoes small enough (3/8 inch-ish) they cook in time and blend in perfectly. Next time would add a little more milk and yogurt for more sauce. Note serving with a little yogurt (think raita) on the side is wonderful to up the creaminess and cool the spice heat a bit.


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