Balti cooking is all about making tasty curries easily and fast. After you’ve cooked your balti meat, you should be able to make a balti in about 20 to 30 minutes.
I’ve recommended in my past balti recipe posts that you try my pre-cooked meat recipe. It’s really nice and the cooking stock adds so much flavour to your balti curries.
That said, it’s not always so much about the way you cook your meat but that it is cooked through and tender. In past recipes I’ve also recommended trying tandoori lamb pieces for example.
So it was with this in mind that I cooked a leg of lamb in our outdoor wood burning oven for my wife Caroline and me. When I was 21 I probably could have eaten the whole leg myself but I can assure you we had a lot of delicious spicy and smoky meat left over.
So today I made this lamb Rogan Josh Balti. You could of course use tandoori lamb or pre-cooked lamb. With this recipe I decided to use what would otherwise be a Sunday roast leg of lamb if I hadn’t rubbed it with so many spices.
Anyway, it just goes to show that left over roasts and other left over meat don’t need to be boring and cold. You can make a tremendous lamb rogan josh balti that far surpasses anything I’ve ever had at a balti house.
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