RECIPE HERE: Rick Stein’s Lamb and Spinach Curry

by sf  

Mumrez Khan’s Lamb and Spinach Karahi curry recipe from the Karachi Restaurant in Neal Street, Bradford.

Because of the popularity of this recipe post I have moved the recipe in full to its own page located HERE. Don't forgot to come back and make a comment.

The Ingredients

How to Cook

1. Heat the ghee in a large, heavy based pan.

21 comments

Comment from: Mike Witherspoon
Mike Witherspoon

Many thanks, this is exactly what I need.
Mike

06/06/09 @ 15:21
Comment from: Pete H
Pete H

Brill. i wrote the recipe down as stein said it, but missed some of the details. so this fills in the bits i missed. many thanks.

06/06/09 @ 18:13
Comment from: Ann L
Ann L

I’m really happy to find this here as I had to answer the door while the thing was being made :( Thanks a bunch.

07/06/09 @ 10:25
Comment from: alexei
alexei

thanks… i needed this !

07/06/09 @ 10:55
Comment from: patsy
patsy

Thanks so much for this, had been searching all week

11/06/09 @ 13:13
Comment from: Fiona Louise Thompson
Fiona Louise Thompson

Thanks for the recipe caught programme briefly last Sat and tried 2 find recipe, with no luck till now!! Making it as I write!!

11/06/09 @ 17:48
Comment from: Lelly
Lelly

Cheers - you are a life saver - I have been going mad trying to find this recipe for the last week. We will all eat well tonight!!

13/06/09 @ 10:41
Comment from: Titu
13/06/09 @ 21:24
Comment from: Brenda Moore
Brenda Moore

Great recipe has Mumrez Khan written a cook
book - would like to have it

26/06/09 @ 12:23
Comment from: Matt
Matt

I’ve been looking for this for ages as seeing it on TV - you are a genius - many thanks!

17/07/09 @ 10:06
Comment from: Liz Winn
Liz Winn

After watching rick make this dish on tv my mouth was salivating just looking at it ! I quickly went to the web site to find the recipe alas to no avail….. until now…. My husband will think I am a goddess when i make this for him ! Ta very much x x

17/08/09 @ 13:30
Comment from: HEG4
HEG4

many thanks. like others, I ,too, have been scouting around for this recipe. wrote it down from the programme but of course Rick Stein did not give times or quantities. thanks.
hg

27/08/09 @ 16:03
Comment from: vc
vc

This recipe is amazing, especially if left a day or 2 til eaten!

12/10/09 @ 12:10
Comment from: Bessie Grant Thompson Fielding
Bessie Grant Thompson Fielding

I have made this recipe, at least once a month, it is my husbands favourite curry. Thanks Rick

08/01/10 @ 11:08
Comment from: ns
ns

thank you so much - have been searching for months for this!

28/02/10 @ 15:41
Comment from: irene walsh
irene walsh

I have been lookin every were for this its heaven.

05/08/10 @ 19:25
Comment from: Gary Fairfoull
Gary Fairfoull

Great stuff, had this on Sky+ since 2008 and found that it had been dumped off the list last night, and the lads are coming round for footy later. Just needed reminding about the spices. This is the finest tasting and easiest curry to make.
thanks again.
Gary
p.s thanks Titu for the link.

20/10/10 @ 08:51
Comment from: Steve Powell
Steve Powell

I have eaten this dish many times at the Karachie
My wife has cooked it many times and they are both truly delicious flavours.
Allow 4 hours to make it 1st time then you can get it down to about 3

One tip i would offer is if possible use Saltmarsh lamb.

22/10/10 @ 17:45
Comment from: Eve Bailey
Eve Bailey

Thanks for this, I have made this loads and I love it. Its also so so healthy, and the only fat is from the lamb and ghee, which is amazing as I think it tastes like a take away! Yummy.

17/11/10 @ 01:31
Comment from: Al
Al

Happened to have some lamb and some spinach lying around so found this recipe - absolutely delicious and I make curries a lot!

20/02/11 @ 18:21
Comment from: john ryan
john ryan

best curry i’ve ever tasted so nice and you dont have to make it too hot ether

04/04/11 @ 11:02

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