This AIP Lamb Curry is tender, flavorful and so easy to prepare. It’s also paleo and Whole30 compliant and a perfect, comforting, one-pot meal.
You’ll hardly believe this AIP Lamb Curry is made without curry powder or cumin because it’s still bursting with flavor! It comes together pretty quickly and is sure to please AIP-ers and non-AIPers alike. This dish is also Whole30 compliant and can be served on its own, with zucchini noodles, cauliflower rice, sautéed greens or a salad.
Here’s what you’ll need for this AIP Lamb Curry with Cauliflower:
- 1 lb stewing lamb
- sweet potatoes (any variety)
- small head of cauliflower
- fresh ginger
- full fat, additive free coconut milk
- sea salt
- olive oil
- lime juice
AIP Lamb Curry FAQs
Can I replace the lamb with another meat?
Yes, stewing beef works really well in this recipe in place of the lamb.
Can I make this in a crockpot/ Instant Pot?
Yes, I haven’t done so myself but this should work and you would have to adjust the cooking time. Begin by using the sauté function to sear the meat in the spices before switching to the slow cook function.
Can this dish be frozen?
If you plan to freeze this dish I would recommend omitting the cauliflower and adding in only once you reheat the curry on the stovetop. Mushy sweet potatoes blend nicely into the curry but mushy cauliflower is a no-go.
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If you enjoyed this dish you might also like:
- AIP Fish and Vegetable Curry
- Trinidadian-inspired Beef Stew
- AIP Salted Cod in Coconut Milk
- Baked Haddock in Sweet Potato Cream Sauce