Jamaican Curried Lamb Stew: Prepping the Lamb
First make the curry. The curry is the most important part of making this dish. Make that in advance and you can save the curry for weeks if not months.
Wash and cut up 5-6 pounds of lamb, cutting them into approximately 1 inch cubes.
Next, mix in a Cuisinart the following:
two large bunches of scallions. I like to cut these in half and put them in the Cuisinart to chop with the rest of the ingredients. I fill my Cuisinart with them.
1 t ground allspice (pimento)
1 1/2 T salt (or to taste)
2 T ground black pepper
4 T of the roasted curry
4 cloves of garlic (or to taste, I like using about a 1/4 cup.)
1/2 Cup of lime juice (I fresh squeeze mine.)
The Curry you will notice is much greener than the Jamaican Chicken.
After this is well mixed in the Cusinart, I massage it into the lamb and wrap it well and let it sit in the refrigerator for 24 hours. If you are in a hurry you can just let it sit for 6 hours.
The next step is to cook the lamb the next day. See you then.