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Lamb Nihari ~ Ecuadorian Carne Colorada

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Lamb Nihari:
Nihari is a comforting curry of lamb cooked until tender, flavoured with fragrant, warming spices such as cinnamon, green cardamon, black cardamon and nutmeg. It’s traditionally served with fresh garnishes including ginger, coriander and lemon which really lift the rich flavours and it’s commonly eaten at breakfast time in Pakistan where it’s thought of as the national dish.

Ecuadorian Carne Colorada 2023:
For our second recipe we head to the highlands of Ecuador. Pork is cooked in annatto oil and spices and served with a variety of traditional accompaniments - potato cakes called llapingachos, pickled onions, avocado and a spicy chilli and tomato sauce. Carne colorada translates as ‘red meat’ from Spanish due to the use of annatto seeds which are also used as a natural food colouring.
Lamb Nihari:
Nihari is a comforting curry of lamb cooked until tender, flavoured with fragrant, warming spices such as cinnamon, green cardamon, black cardamon and nutmeg. It’s traditionally served with fresh garnishes including ginger, coriander and lemon which really lift the rich flavours and it’s commonly eaten at breakfast time in Pakistan where it’s thought of as the national dish.

Ecuadorian Carne Colorada 2023:
For our second recipe we head to the highlands of Ecuador. Pork is cooked in annatto oil and spices and served with a variety of traditional accompaniments - potato cakes called llapingachos, pickled onions, avocado and a spicy chilli and tomato sauce. Carne colorada translates as ‘red meat’ from Spanish due to the use of annatto seeds which are also used as a natural food colouring.
Serves: 2
Heat Rating: 3/5
Prep time: 20 mins ~ 20 mins
Cooking Time: 1 hr 20 mins ~ 1 hr 10 mins
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DescriptionLamb Nihari:
Nihari is a comforting curry of lamb cooked until tender, flavoured with fragrant, warming spices such as cinnamon, green cardamon, black cardamon and nutmeg. It’s traditionally served with fresh garnishes including ginger, coriander and lemon which really lift the rich flavours and it’s commonly eaten at breakfast time in Pakistan where it’s thought of as the national dish.

Ecuadorian Carne Colorada 2023:
For our second recipe we head to the highlands of Ecuador. Pork is cooked in annatto oil and spices and served with a variety of traditional accompaniments - potato cakes called llapingachos, pickled onions, avocado and a spicy chilli and tomato sauce. Carne colorada translates as ‘red meat’ from Spanish due to the use of annatto seeds which are also used as a natural food colouring.
Spices IncludedGaram Masala: cumin, coriander leaf, coriander, black cardamon, black pepper, green cardamon, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, mace, bay, nutmeg, chilli
Ground Spices: Kashmiri chilli, turmeric, cloves, green cardamon, cinnamon, cumin, coriander, nutmeg
Sabzi Spices: coriander, cumin, garlic, black cumin, fenugreek, brown MUSTARD
Whole Spices: Kashmiri chilli, black cardamon, green cardamon
Llapingachos Blend: chives, onion, black pepper
Aji Blend: birdseye chilli, red bell pepper
Pork Ground Spices: cumin, black pepper, coriander leaf, Mexican oregano, garlic, panca chilli, onion
Annatto Seeds: annatto

May contain CELERY and SESAME. Allergens are listed in CAPITALS
Shopping List

Lamb Nihari:

  • 300g diced lamb or use paneer for a veg version
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 carrot
  • 100g peas or spinach (fresh or frozen)
  • Fresh ginger (the fresher you can get the better)
  • 10g bunch of coriander
  • ½ lemon
  • 2 tsp tomato puree
  • Rice and natural yogurt to serve (full fat is best)

Ecuadorian Carne Colorada:

  • 300g diced pork or chicken (thighs are best) or use drained, tinned jackfruit for a veg version
  • 500g floury potatoes
  • 1 medium red onion
  • 2 tomatoes
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 lime
  • 1 tbsp flour (any type) plus extra for coating
  • 200ml lager or just use water

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