Lamb Pepper Bake


This recipe I watch on a TV and for long time wanted to try this, but since only I eat red meat did not make this recipe.  Now since we are in the month of baking I got an opportunity to try this.  This was really delicious and a one pot meal, very filling.  I halved the recipe and made.  This is serves 3, as a filling  and complete meal.


Ingredients


500 Grams Lamb Meat - boneless - cut into small cubes
2 Tablespoon Coriander Leaves - finely chopped
15 Curry Leaves
1 Small Capsicum - cut into cubes
4 Green chillies - finely chopped

3 Large Tomatoes - pureed and strained
2 Tablespoon All Purpose Flour
1 Teaspoon Black pepper
1 Teaspoon Red Chilly Powder
1/2 Cup Cheddar Cheese grated (I used Gouda)
4 Tablespoons Fresh Bread crumbs
4 Cloves
2 Sticks Cinnamon
4 Green Cardamom
2 Eggs - beaten

Method


Heat oil in a pan , add cloves cinnamon, green cardamom, onion till soft and transparent.  Then add ginger garlic paste stir fry,  add the lamb cubes and fry for 4 minutes, add the tomatoes puree and fry on high flame till water slightly dries, then add salt, black pepper and garam masala,  add water for the  gravy. Let it cook for 5 minutes on low flame.  Mix the   all purpose flour mixed in water, then add the slurry little by little till thick ,  and lightly stir fry for a minute , take off the flame.


Grease a baking dish well then pour  the lamb mix 


Arrange the capsicum on top


Add lightly beaten cream.


Sprinkle the bread crumbs on top



 then beaten eggs.  Then top it with cheese grated.


In another pan take 2 tablespoon oil heat add curry leaves and pour over the cheese.



Cover with an aluminium foil and bake at 180 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes .  Then remove the foil and keep it on broil for 3 - 5 minutes  or till well browned on top and it starts leaving the sides.  Enjoy when cooled.





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sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

14 comments:

  1. This bake will definitely tickle my H's tastebuds, lamb bake looks amazing.

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  2. very delicious preparation Sneha...i may make this by replacing lamb with soya chunks

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  3. I found it interesting reading the recipe.. Cheese topped with curry leaves. Looks delicious

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  4. could easily replace lamb with something vegetarian for my family. the casserole looks healthy !

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  5. Meat lovers would love this.

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  6. Interesting recipe with Lamb!! Never tried it before..Love to make it in future..

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  7. Does the meat get cooked by 25 mins?..interesting!

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    1. Srivalli the meat gets cooked, because its cut into very small cubes.

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