I love curry all year round. There’s nothing better than a homemade curry served alfresco. I enjoy the barbecue but sometimes I just like to slowly cook a good curry during the day to enjoy outdoors with the family.
So when my friends at Aldi asked me to come up with a few summertime recipes, this lamb curry with swede had to be on the menu.
You could also use yellow summer squash for this recipe though the flavour and texture will be slightly different.
I like to serve this recipe with homemade naans. We wrap the saucy chunks of meat and swede up in the naans and wash it all down with lots of good wine.
All of the ingredients used in this recipe can be found at your local Aldi supermarket.
This curry is a real favourite around our house. The contrasting textures of the meat and swede together with the mildly spiced sauce just get it.
I used a whole leg of lamb on the bone which I chopped into bite sized pieces. The small pieces of bone with its delicious marrow really add a lot of flavour. If you prefer to make this easy on yourself, just use boneless leg or shoulder.
In the photo above you will see a green sauce. This is coriander and mint raita and it really goes well here. You can find the recipe here.
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Disclaimer: Aldi UK is a sponsor of my blog. I was paid to develop this recipes. The meat and other ingredients were gorgeous. All opinions are my own.
Worth a mention: The spice dabba featured in the above photo is by GitaDini. It is a good piece of kit to have if you like cooking with spices.