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  • Cinnamon sticks 3 g
  • Whole cumin 4 g
  • Whole coriander 4 g
  • Stewing lamb 1 kg
  • Black pepper (crushed) 1 g
  • Water 1.3 l
  • Sunflower oil 60 ml
  • Onions (finely chopped) 200 g
  • 1 Bay leaf
  • Green chillies (chopped) 5 g
  • Ginger (crushed) 4 g
  • Garlic (crushed) 4 g
  • Coriander (roughly chopped) 10 g
  • Cardamom pods (crushed) 4 whole
  • Cloves (whole) 4 pc
  • Star anise 1 pc
  • Bread (unsliced and cut into quarters) 2 loaves
  • Potatoes (peeled and cut into 2.5 cm pieces) 300 g
  1. Method:

    • Dry roast the Durban masala (cinnamon sticks, cardamom pods, cloves, star anise, cumin and whole coriander) for 3 min, cool for 5 min then grind to a powder. Store in an airtight container.
    • Brown the lamb for 10 min in a pot at a high temperature. Add Knorr Original Aromat, black pepper, 2 g Robertsons Turmeric and Knorr Beef Stock Granules, then add 1.300 L water. Simmer for 1 hour 30 min.
    • In a large pot heat the oil, add the onion and bay leaf. Cook until onion is soft. Add the chilli and garlic. Cook for a further 3 min. Add the cooked meat along with the stock. Add 10 ml Durban masala powder.
    • Stir in the 2 g Robertson'sTurmeric andPeri-peri and Knorr Tomato Pronto, cook for 5 min then add the potatoes. Cover and cook for 20 min.
    • Divide each loaf into 3 or 4, make a hollow in the centre and scoop out the top piece of the bread. Fill the hollowed bread with the lamb curry, top with chopped coriander and place scooped out bread piece back on top.
    • Makes 6 to 8 servings
  2. Chef's Tip:

    • Be careful not to burn the spices when dry frying.
    • Protein option: Chicken or beef can be used instead of lamb.