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Chevon rendang

Serves

6

Prep Time

30

Cook Time

90

Ingredients

1.25 kgchevon forequarter
30 gtamarind pulp
0.5 cupboiling water
2medium onions, sliced
2 tbspoil
1cinnamon stick
2cardamom pods
425can coconut milk
3kaffir lime leaves
Spice paste
3 cmpiece of ginger, peeled and sliced
3slices fresh galangal, finely chopped
3lemongrass stalks, chopped
4red chillies, seeded
3 tspcoriander seeds
3 tspcumin seeds
cumin seeds
3cloves garlic, peeled
4 tbspshredded dried coconut

Method

1Cut the chevon into 2.5cm-3cm cubes. Season with salt and pepper, add about 2 tbsp oil, and mix well. Heat a large frypan over a medium-high heat. Brown the chevon in 2 or 3 batches. Remove each batch and place in a heavy-based pot.
2Soak the tamarind in the boiling water for 15 minutes. Pour through a fine sieve, discard the pulp and set the liquid aside.
3Add the onion and oil to the frypan and cook until onion is soft. Add the spice paste, stir well and cook for 5 minutes. Add the meat and stir. Add the spices, coconut milk and tamarind liquid. Bring to the boil, and then reduce the heat to simmering point.
4Pour mixture over the chevon in the heavy-based pot. Partially cover, keep the heat low. Simmer for 1½ hours. Stir occasionally; add water if needed during the cooking time to keep ingredients well covered. Slice the Kaffir lime leaves and add to the pot and season with salt in the last 30 minutes.
5To make the spice paste: Toast the coriander and cumin seeds over medium heat in dry frypan until fragrant. Place in a spice grinder when cool, and grind to a powder. Place in a food processor along with the ginger, galangal, lemongrass, chillies, garlic and a little water if necessary to blend to a smooth paste. Toast the coconut in a frying pan until golden brown. When cool, place in a spice grinder and grind as finely as possible.

Tips

Simmer the chevon gently and taste it to see if it's ready. When it's done the meat should be tender enough to fall apart easily with a fork.
You could replace the chevon with lamb forequarter.

Recipe suggessions based on what you have in your fridge.

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