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Monday, August 06, 2007 

Lamb Chop Soup...

Here is a simple yet delicious recipe of Lamb chop soup. We call it khurdi at home.

* Lamb chops 4-5
* Flour 2 tbsp
* Black peppers 8-10
* Whole red chillies 3-4
* Oil
* Green paste (ginger-garlic-green chillies) 1 tbsp
* Fresh mint leaves 8-10
* Lemon juice 2 tbsp
* Finely chopped onion 1/2
* Milk 1 cup

Boil lamb chops with green paste and a bit of salt with 2 cups of water.
Heat oil, add black pepper corns and onions and whole red chillies.
Fry till onions turn golden brown.
Add wheat flour and saute for a minute. Add milk and stir continously to dissolve all the flour.
Now add the properly boiled lamb and the water.
Cook for 4-5 minutes. Add fresh mint and lemon juice.
Serve hot with garlic khichri or hot naan.

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It has been quite a while that I have dropped in your blog...and as expected an amazing array of recipes...each one equally competing to be the best....keep up the good work...n tk care both of you...

Asak Daagh, a very diff kind of lamb soup, is it a traditional soup u have regularly, or something ethnic?! and limited to occasions? it looks yummy and i will definitely try it out :-)

thanks doc :-)

Mona, yes indeed it is a different kind of soup my mom usually doesnt make it but only when we feel we need something light to eat for dinner... it is eaten with khichri mostly... give it a try

absolutely loved Khurdi whenever mom made it. somehow I can never seem to get it right. yours looks really delectable :)

Aaaahhhh, lamb...way to tasty to be so darn cute!!! This looks very good, and I really like your blog...I will be checking back again :)

thanks Nis

Give it a try and let us know how it turned out.

Meeso :-) thank you.

I tried many of your veg recipes and all were really delecious.
Do post more veg recipes:).

thanks :-)

i will start posting some new recipes soon...

Daagh, it turned out absolutely deeelish! Even my hubby loved it :) Thanks so much for making traditional recipes sound so easy. I am sooo curious after browsing all your recipes.....are you a dawoodi bohra by any chance?

many thanks Nis. Its great to know that you loved it and so did your hubby.

Yes we are dawoodi bohras :-)

us too!! :)

Love our food.....thanks for sharing your recipes.

excellent :-)

I am Irish and my husband is Bohri - your website has helped me keep him a happy man!!! Thanks for the great recipes!

Thank Helen for your comments. Very happy to know that the blog is helping you to cook for your husband. Very soon will post a staple bohra food 'khichri palidu' :-)

Thank Helen for your comments. Very happy to know that the blog is helping you to cook for your husband. Very soon will post a staple bohra food 'khichri palidu' :-)

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