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    This one pot curry recipe is based on aloo gosht, a lamb and potato dish cooked in Northern India and Pakistan. You just throw everything into a pot (or slow cooker) then sit back whilst it cooks and fills your house with delicious smells. It’s a little bit like a spicy Lancashire hotpot and is a great meal to utilise delicious spring lamb and early new potatoes.




    One Pot Curry Blend

    You need:

    • 500g diced lamb or use peeled, diced root vegetables for a vegetarian version
    • 500g baby new potatoes – left whole
    • 1 large onion – thinly sliced
    • 2 cloves of garlic – finely chopped
    • Fresh ginger – finely chopped to make 1 tbsp
    • 2 tbsp tomato puree
    • Rice or naan breads and natural yogurt for 4 to serve


    1. Preheat the oven to 170°C/gas mark 4 (or you can use a slow cooker if you have one)
    2. Mix the lamb with the potatoes, onion, garlic and ginger then place in a lidded oven-proof casserole dish
    3. Mix the ONE POT CURRY BLEND with 150ml water (or 300ml water and 2 tbsp oil for the vegetarian version), 1 tsp salt and the tomato puree then pour over the lamb and potato mixture, cover and bake for 2 hours (or 6 hours in a slow cooker)
    4. 15 minutes before the curry is ready cook your rice or 5 minutes before warm your naan breads
    5. Serve the curry with the rice or naan breads and yogurt on the side

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    Ingredients: Spices, may contain shrimp powder, mustard, celery, sesame





    Spring Chicken Blend

    Based on the North African spice blend chermoula, this blend contains plenty of cumin and coriander, plus a medley of different herbs and a touch of cayenne pepper for an added kick! It’s the perfect way to liven up your traditional roast chicken (or use root veg for a meat-free version!) just in time for spring.

    Spring chicken CORRECT


    • 1.5kg whole chicken OR 1kg mixed root vegetables – peeled and chopped into large chunks
    • ½ a lemon
    • 1 tbsp olive oil
    • Vegetables of your choice for 4 to serve


    • Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 5
    • Mix the SPRING CHICKEN SEASONING with the olive oil, the juice of the ½ lemon and 1 tsp salt
    • Place the chicken in a roasting tin then slash the legs through to the bone
    • Rub the marinade all over the chicken
    • Roast the chicken for 1 hour 20 minutes or until the skin is crispy and the meat is cooked through (you’ll know it’s cooked when you insert a skewer into the thickest part of the thigh the juices run clear). If using vegetables roast for 1 hour or until tender and browning around the edges
    • Whilst the chicken is roasting cook your vegetables
    • When the chicken is cooked, cover with foil and allow to rest for 10 minutes
    • Carve the chicken and serve with a spoonful of the cooking juices and the vegetables on the side


    SPRING CHICKEN SEASONING: Coriander, cumin, cubeb, onion, garlic, cayenne, parsley, coriander, sage, rosemary, marjoram, chervil, savory, lovage, thyme


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