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  1. Lamb Biryani by BBQ Explorers

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    Thought you couldn’t make a curry on the BBQ? Think again and try this Lamb Biryani by BBQ Explorers! Although by no means a traditional curry, it’s a fantastic way to use the BBQ in a different way over the summer so definitely add it to your culinary arsenal.

    This Lamb Biryani by BBQ Explorers was made using our stainless steel tri-ply sauté pan and stainless steel tri-ply milk pan which both work excellently on the BBQ. If you want to use your milk pan on the BBQ then make sure it has a stainless steel interior and not non stick!

    Check out what we love about our Stainless Steel Tri-Ply range here and also the other amazing recipes we have from BBQ Explorers. You can also shop our stainless steel tri-ply range here.

    Ingredients for Lamb Biryani

    • 750g diced lamb
    • 5 garlic cloves grated
    • 1.5 tbsp grated ginger
    • 1 tbsp olive oil
    • I tsp ground coriander
    • I tbsp ghee
    • 1 large onion sliced
    • 1 tbsp cumin seeds
    • 1tbsp Nigella seeds
    • I tsp Garam Masala
    • 1 tbsp Madras spice paste
    • 300g basmati rice (well drained)
    • 750ml hot chicken stock
    • 150g diced paneer (optional)
    • 150g cooked baby spinach

    For serving

    • Chopped coriander
    • Greek yogurt
    • Smoked paprika
    • Naan bread


    ProWare Kitchen Stainless Steel Tri-Ply 24cm Sauté Pan

    ProWare Kitchen Stainless Steel Tri-Ply Milk Pan (stainless steel interior)

    Chopping Board

    Cooking Method

    1. In a bowl, mix the ginger, garlic, ground coriander, olive oil and diced lamb and then marinade for at least two hours in a fridge, preferably overnight. Thirty minutes before cooking, take the lamb out of the fridge to bring it to room temperature.
    2. Place the basmati rice in a pan and then cover it with several centimetres of cool water. Let it stand for 30 mins, drain it, and then put it to one side.
    3. Next, prepare the bbq for direct heat. For this cook, we are using briquettes instead of lump wood charcoal.
    4. Heat the ghee in a sauté pan over direct heat and then start to brown the lamb. Add the sliced onion, nigella and cumin seeds and then cook for around 7 minutes. Stir in the Madras spice paste and cook for an additional three minutes.
    5. Remove from the heat and set up the bbq for indirect heat cooking and place the sauté pan back on the bbq away from the direct heat source.
    6. On top of the lamb mixture, place the spinach and then the paneer. Next, create an even layer of rice over everything and then add the chicken stock. Place the lid on the sauté pan and then place the lid on the bbq and cook for around 25 minutes at around 180C, giving it a quick stir five minutes before the end.
    7. Once the rice has cooked through, take the sauté pan off the BBQ and then let it stand with the lid on for five minutes before serving.
    8. Serve the lamb biryani with chopped coriander, naan bread and Greek yoghurt with a sprinkling of smoked paprika and enjoy!