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Friday 9th October 2015

#NationalCurryWeek: Top 5 Welsh Lamb Curries

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Now in its 18th year, National Curry Week is just around the corner and as we know lamb is a real favourite for curry dishes. So to inspire you for your National Curry Week celebrations, we thought it would only make sense if we rounded up our top 5 Welsh Lamb curry recipes.

Click on the links for the full recipes!

Welsh Lamb Curry with Aubergine & Figs

With unique ingredients like aubergine and figs, you’d be forgiven for thinking this would be a complicated recipe. However, with just five steps, this unique dish is simple to whip up in a matter of minutes. You then need only leave it in the oven for a few hours to go deliciously tender - a great opportunity to put your feet up as delicious smells fill your kitchen. Serve with coriander salsa and rolled up chapatis.

Welsh Lamb partnered with butternut squash and mango makes for a deliciously fruity curry.

The accompaniment of sweet potato dumplings compliment the lamb, mango and butternut squash flavourings beautifully.

Welsh Lamb and Cranberry Curry

Another fruity take, this curry dish boasts cranberry juice, sauce and frozen cranberries. Serve with warmed Naan breads brushed with butter and drizzled with honey and a pinch of cinnamon.

Welsh Lamb green chilli korma

One for fans of the slightly milder curry dish, this rich, creamy sauce comes paired with a good handful of green spinach which lightens the dish up nicely. Sprinkle with coconut or almonds and serve with boiled basmati rice.

Welsh Lamb Biryani

This layered rice-based curry, which has origins in Kurdistan, comes packed full of vegetables making it a great healthy option for curry lovers. Sprinkle with toasted almonds and fresh chopped coriander and serve in large scoops making sure everyone gets the vegetable curry, rice and tikka cubes!

Find more Lamb curry recipes on our Pinterest board!

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