Lamb Korma

Serves 6 people

















This is what you need: 


1 kg Lamb meat - diced in big chunks.
8 dl Coconut Milk
2 tbsp Curry Powder Cp44
1 dl Oil
160 g Finely chopped onion
2 cloves of garlic - finely chopped
100 g Apricots
1 dl Cream 38%
50g Butter
50 g Almonds
10 g dried coconut
Fresh Coriander leaf
Salt, sugar and lemon juice to balance the taste.

This is what you do: 


Add the oil to a big pot and fry the onion and garlic at low heat, until lightly brown.
Add the Curry Powder and let it sizzle a bit. Then add the coconut milk. Let it simmer for a minute or two.
Add the lamb meat and apricots and let the dish simmer under lid for 45 minutes.
Balance the taste with salt, sugar and lemon juice.
Add the cream and butter and don't let the dish boil after this.
Garnish with Roasted almonds, dried coconut and fresh coriander leaf.
Serve with rice.




Wrap with chicken stir fried in CP44

Serves 4 persons


















This is what you need: 


400 g chicken breast
1 tbs Curry Powder Cp44
4 leafs Romaine Salad
1/2 Red bell pepper
1 Tomato
2 tbs Creme Fraiche
Fresh Koriander leaf
Salt
4 flat bread

This is what you do: 


Cut the chicken breast into slices. Stir fry it in oil at high heat until nearly cooked. Turn down the heat a bit and add the curry powder. Fry a little longer and set a side. Add salt to taste.
Slice the vegetables and add them and the chicken into a wrap together with the creme fraiche as showed at the picture.
Enjoy as a quick and tasty meal/snack.




Pear & Curry Chutney


















This is what you need:


500 g Pear - Without peel and core
125 g Sugar
50 g Vinegar
0,5 tsp Curry Powder
A bit of salt

This is what you do:

Chop up the pears in chunks and add them and all the other ingredients to a pot.
Let it simmer without a lid until the thin liquid has evaporated.
Pour the chutney into a preserving jar and put on the lid at once. Turn the jar up side down so the hot chutney sterilize the lid. This way the chutney will last longer without adding preservative.

Serve as condiment to meat and vegetable dishes.