Indian Butter Lamb with Vegetables And Potatoes

Jeanne is a fantastic cook, I’ve tried her baked goods! If you like indian food, then you should try this twist on buttered chicken, using lamb instead! 🙂

A Jeanne in the Kitchen

Larry and I have been on an Indian food kick lately. Sometimes we go for months without eating any Indian food, and then other times, we can’t seem to get enough. I think it is safe to say, we love Indian food. 🙂

I finally used my Easter lamb, in yet another way. This time I made some Indian butter lamb with vegetables and potatoes. It came out so good too. I served it over rice with some naan bread on the side, and a light, crisp chardonnay.

Indian Butter Lamb with Vegetables and Potatoes

I based this recipe on butter chicken and then expanded from there. My lamb was already cooked, but that just means I left out the step of cooking the lamb first. I did cheat on the sauce for this dish though, ONLY because Larry had bought a jar of butter sauce. I guess he forgot…

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Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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