Lamb (or Beef) Recipes

Adana Kebab

Adana kebab, named after the fifth largest city in Turkey, is a very simple and tasty kebab. Serve with an onion salad and rice pilav for a delicious meal.

Aubergine (Eggplant) Stuffed with Lamb

Aubergines stuffed with lamb is very easy to prepare and makes for a great low-fat supper.

Blanquette de Veau

This French Blanquette or white veal stew is rich, creamy and herby. You can also make this stew using lamb or chicken, but either way the sauce is to die for!

Borghol Bil Allouche (Lamb and Bulgur Stew)

This Tunisian lamb and bulgur stew is a bit like a risotto but using bulgur wheat instead of rice. It’s filling, hearty and delicious!

Brain Curry (Maghaz Masala)

This is a surprisingly simple, spicy and delicious curry found all over India and Pakistan which uses lamb or goat brains.

Buttermilk Biscuits with Sausage Gravy

Git yerself a taste of good wholesome Southern food with this simple yet delicious recipe for buttermilk biscuits and sausage gravy.


Cassoulet is traditional French stew made with pork and beans. In this halal version I use spicy halal sausage, lamb and veal to give a delicious and hearty meal.

Chapli Kebab

Chapli kebab is quite a spicy kebab which is great as a starter. They can break up during cooking unless you treat them with RESPECT!

Chicken Masala

Chicken Masala is a pleasant curry that you very rarely see on restaurant menus outside of Asia. Lob in some green chillis and you have a chicken chilli masala!

Chilli Lasagne

Can’t decide whether to have a chili or lasagne for dinner? Well why not have both with a chili lasagne!

Chilli Con Carne

This is just a plain and simple Chilli Con Carne recipe. No frills, no unusual ingredients, no fancy techniques… it’s just a Chilli, OK?!?!

First Class Railway Mutton Curry

The story goes that this mutton curry recipe is served in all First Class compartments on Indian trains. Regardless, this is a First Class curry!

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