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Recipe For Lamb Shank Curry — 24 Comments

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  4. This must have been devine. I am a huge star anise fan!!!!

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    • it was extremely good 🙂

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  7. Mmm, sounds wonderful 🙂 I’m glad my recipe inspired you to make your own version – intrigued by how the star anise would have changed the taste!

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    • it was really awesome and a huge hit! Thank you so much for the inspiration 🙂

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  9. What is ” ras el hanout”? Where can I find it?

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    • hi, it is a spice blend from Morocco – follow this link for a recipe: http://tandysinclair.com/2011/01/26/ras-el-hanout 🙂

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  10. 4 tablespoons of Ras El Hanout ????
    Seems an awfull lot – is this right?

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    • Hi, it does sounds like a lot, but that is what I used for the recipe and with 6 lamb shanks, the vegetables and the stock, it works perfectly 🙂

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  11. This was without question the best lamb shank I have ever tasted (I was one of the lucky four)! The star anise was indeed the star but the meal was balanced and beautiful, and amazingly for something so good, did not overshadow the wine.
    The versatility of the Adoro Mourvedre was showcased once again – and good thing too, those lamb shanks were WAY too good for a mismatched pairing!

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    • Thank you so much – it is a pleasure having you over for dinner!

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  12. Looks absolutely delicious, Tandy. I am so craving this curry!

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    • thanks Jane-Anne – it made a great left over meal last night 🙂

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  13. Hmm, wonderful and I can actually get lamb shanks here (costs an arm, leg and a back tooth) but worth it for this wonderful recipe.
    Would I be insulting your meal if I stuck to my gin and tonic though?
    🙂 Mandy

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    • G&T is perfect – and not an insult at all. In fact, I started the evening with one. These shanks cost R30 each – and I have no idea if that is cheap or expensive 🙂

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      • Shanks imported from Australia cost Rs575 per kilo here (when you can get them)- which is about R134!

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        • yikes! nearly double what we pay here – damn expensive place you live in xox

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  14. And? What was your final verdict on the compatibility of the dish with the Adoro?

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    • it was good – but the wine is a bit too sweet for me 🙂

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