Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Lamb Keema Curry - A treat for Jeena!

Tonight my hubby made me a beautiful Lamb Keema and it tasted fantastic!! It was aromatic and REALLY SPICY! Normally when we have a real spicy dish we have some yogurt at hand to take the edge off and keep the lovely hot flavour but tonight we run out of yogurt so we had a real hot treat instead.

It was so lovely to put my feet up and let my dinner be cooked for me - especially when it tasted so so good!

I hope you enjoy my recipes :) Soon I will post one of my hubby's curry recipes for you to enjoy.

Jeena x

This is tonight's curry made by my hubby :)


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36 comments:

Maryann said...

Oh My! How delicious that looks! Lucky girl having a honey who can cook like that. Awesome :)

culinaryprincess said...

WOW!! the curry looks soo delicious!Moreover, its lamb.You're so lucky jenna to get such a wonderful husband!

Prajusha said...

wow..this looks delicious and mouthwatering.eagerly waiting for ur hubby's spl curry recipe:)

Nags said...

This looks so spicy and yummy :)

Pearlin said...

The Lamb kheema curry looks so yum!! I have the recipe bookmarked to try it soon :) tfs

sam said...

WOW, it really looks hooot. would like to grab some right away.

ur hubby cooked and u relaxed? sigh! lucky u.
did try ur kebabs, came out a little dry dunno why may be the oven settings or temperature! still it was tasty and got finished in a matter of few minutes:)

now, time to try ur fat free carrot cake, will let u know how it turned out.

luv


sam

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Yay for Jeena's husband! Isn't it nice when you get cooked for, even though you love to cook so much? What a treat!

Happy cook said...

I am sure i would also sit back and enjoy the meal if my hubby makes it for me.
You may tell your hubby his dishe was looking great.

Padma said...

Ur Hubby is a great cook, did he steal some of your qualities? juz kidding, kheema has always been a favorite for Indians...loved the color n richness in that recipe

Asha said...

Congratulation Jeena's hubby!! That is one good looking dish!I am sure Jeena is happy!:))

Marie said...

Hi Jeena, Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving your lovely comment! I like your blog too, especially that curry and the victorian sponge, well that's a cake that speaks right to my heart!

Kribha said...

You lucky girl....that's so nice of your hubby to that for you. Looks really delicious. Two good cooks in the same kitchen.

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Jeena...Ur Keema looks great...but sad...I don't eat non-veg....I can pass on this recipe to my friends....They would savour it :-)

Jules said...

The curry looks so delicious!

african vanielje said...

Jeena, I love your step by step picture guides. What a great idea. That curry looks scrummy. I love the picture of all the spices as well. Where was that taken?

Mahek said...

It looks sooo delicious!!!!
you have a great blog , this is the first time i am here.

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I Cook4Fun said...

You have a wonderful blog. the curry look so delicious. Wish my husband can cook for me. You are a lucky girl.

Mallory Elise said...

oh wow! thanks for the headup about the broken link, I don't ever click the link to myself so i didn't know. Your recipes sound wonderful, I just moved to France and dont have any baking supplies or cooking (electric microwave oven thing?) so my recipes will probably be taking a little break till i can muster up some supplies. I look forward to adding your blog to my daily blog reads!

ps. love that pic of the long row of spices. ^_^

East Meets West Kitchen said...

That looks deliciously spicy!

Vijiram said...

Hi Jeena,

Firstly thanks for visiting my blog!

Your blog is wonderful with lovely pictures for each step of the recipe. Most of your curries have an Indian touch. Mouth watering!!

Rohini's kitchen said...

looks delicious! you r so lucky.

Andaliman said...

I love lamb.. should try your recipe one day

Matt Wright said...

Dear god I love a good curry. As a Brit, I practically grew up on the stuff, and since moving to the US have almost stopped eating them. I picked up a book called "the food of india" which has some superb, authentic dishes in that I am going to have to try - along with this one of course.

Cris said...

How sweet of your hubby to cook! It's a romantic thing to do!

Inmaculada said...

Hi Jeena, glad you stopped my place. It´s always nice to hear from another blogger. It seems you are an experienced one. I´m just beginning my way into blogs. Hope I´ll get a nice blog in the future such as yours. Would be a pleasure surfing your place. Best regards from Mallorca Island in Spain.
Inmaculada.

eliza said...

hi jeena! thank you for visiting my blog...love the look of your curry, do you guys like spicy food?

myfrenchkitchen said...

Thanks for your visit..
The time for curries are approaching quick. I will have to make a note of this recipe, it looks so delicious!
Ronell

The Passionate Palate said...

This looks mouthwatering!!! It is on my "must make" list. I love your recipes and blog.

K & S said...

You have a lovely blog as well, thanks for stopping by mine.

Lucy said...

Hi Jeena, your blog is gorgeous - when will you be making that cauliflower quiche? Sounds FABULOUS!

Thanks for stopping by.

Dharm said...

Hi Jeena,
Thanks for dropping by at my blog. I make a pretty good Kheema too althouhg mine is a lot drier ad I use mince. Great blog!

Anonymous said...

Hey There,

Love the photos of your meal that your husband made. Looks great!! Where is the market you have a picture of on the side. We are in Georgia . We love the market.

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Misslionheart♥ said...

It's 9am here in Ireland, and I could jump in and eat that with my bare hands! It looks so-o-o good!

Stephanie said...

Jeena,
I must say, I love the way you show every step of the cooking process. Very helpful! Come back to Spork and Knife any time, I know I will be checking back here for some good dinner recipes!

Seena said...

Jeena,
so he cooks well!Lucky girl...
Me also gets some chances like this, but not such delicious dish, but some simple dishes..