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After reading the beneficial/neutral/avoid breakdown of my earlier Beef crockpot recipe I decided to look for a better one to post. Here is one that I have made that can be adapted for everybody but O's (sorry).

From The New Doubleday Cookbook as adapted by moi.

Lamb and Dhal Curry

3 pound(1.5 kilo) lamb shoulder, leg of lamb, or goat hindquarter(A's use turkey breast)

1 tablespoon (15ml) curry powder
1 pint yogurt or goat yogurt(.5L)
1/4 cup butter(60ml) or slightly less ghee for A's, AB's
3 medium sized yellow onions peeled and sliced
2 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
1 pound(450 grams) Northern beans, it originally called for yellow split peas
10 thin slices of ginger root
1 green chili sliced thin, A's  and AB's omit this
2 sticks cinnamon, B's double the cloves instead
6 cloves
1 tablespoon crushed coriander seeds(15 ml)
2 teaspoons(10ml) powdered cardomon
2 teaspoons(10ml) powdered tumeric
0.5 to 1 teaspoon (3 to 5 ml) cayenne pepper (A's and AB's use fresh ground black pepper?)
6 ounce can tomato paste for A and B nonsecretors and AB's, all others use 1 cup Nomato sauce from recipebase
1.5 teaspoons seasalt

Mix all ingredients except beans and marinate in refrigerator overnight

Soak beans in water over night.

In the morning drain the beans, then add to the other ingredients. Add about a quart of water(1 Liter). Put in an oval crockpot of sufficient size (6 to 7 quart) on low heat and leave it on 8 to 10 hours or until beans are done.

Sorry but I couldn't think of anyway to adapt it for O's as the yogurt tenderizes the meat.

If everybody likes it or has any improvement to make I'll post it on recipebase.
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A little tweaking and that can be fixed.

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sounds delicious! thanks!
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As a card-carrying O, I'd make this recipe anyway and use goat yogurt. What the heck! Goat's milk doesn't bother me nearly as much as cow's milk does. I'll have to try this once our HFS gets some goat yogurt back in again. Unfortunately I can't get goat meat here (haven't found a supplier yet), so lamb will have to do. Thanks for the recipe GCG!


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Be sure to let it marinate and the yogurt will tenderize it. Maybe cut back on the fat a little with lamb. BTW my dog ate the goat leg bone in about an hour all except one little chip that she stores with her treasures.
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