Friday, 18 November 2016

Lamb Koftas Made On The Farm.


We watched the Food Network Channel the other night on one of the free channels.  They made lamb Koftas.  So we thought we would have a go at making them.



If you want to make them you will need:

500 G of lamb and beef minced mixed together.  Place a big dessert spoon each of Chilli, Mint , Coriander, Cumin and chopped Almonds.  You can use fresh spices if you can get them.  Add salt and pepper to taste.

Mix together and make into sausage shapes and leave in the fridge for an hour or so.  Then cook in the oven until the juices run clear.  

The sauce is made from natural yogurt, Coriander and Mint.  We served them with red onion, lettuce, tomato and a Vintage Irish cheese.   

Again they weren't really spicy enough for me.  I think in future we would use fresh Chilies.  

Next time I will blog about some traditional Irish food.  Variety is the spice of life, don't they say?

14 comments:

  1. Variety please. Bring on the Irish food...and the guniess

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  2. 'i' before 'e' and before the 'n'

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  3. Hi L A. Will do. I read somewhere that Guinness was actually first brewed in London and stout was made from roasted barley in Ireland because they didn't grow hops here. I actually prefer Murphy's which is a Cork brewed stout.

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    1. Here they are all called black beer and we'll take what we get....when we can get it. Nice to live on the land of origin!

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    2. Black beer. I have heard Guinness called Porter and "Liffey Water." After the river that runs through Dublin. It is good to live in Ireland. I think it's a lot colder and wetter than where you are. Thanks!

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  5. When I visited Dublin I hopped on the hop on - hop off bus and went for a scenic city tour. Strangely all the other passengers, and there were many, hopped off at the Guinness Brewery, leaving me on my own on the top deck with the whole wonderful blarney city to myself.

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    1. Hi Gwil. Yes I believe Guinness Brewery is quite a tourist attraction these days. I have never been myself. Been to Dublin of course. Mainly when we came by ferry to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire on our way to spend our holidays in West Cork. I have visited Dalwhinnie whisky in the Scottish Highlands, home of my favourite whisky. Thanks!

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  6. Sound amazing. I did some peri peri chicken the other day that was quite spicy, but the kids loved it!

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    1. Hi Kev. The koftas were good and you always feel good when you have achieved another recipe success. Peri Peri chicken is a Portuguese dish. Wish I was there. Good on you for making different countries meals.

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  7. These koftas sound pretty tasty Dave. I might try them. Arsenal were lucky yesterday - I was following it on Twitter some of the time but didn't actually see the match.

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    1. Thanks Rachel. I watched the match. United played really well like when they played Burnley and Stoke. They look very good but like Jose said they have no luck this season. Think the ASrsenal came for the draw. I think we will see the real Premiership positions now there are no internationals until March. Great Arsenal goal. Will catch up with your blog when you next post. Thanks!

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