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Lamb in Tahini Sauce

Ingredients (all organic if possible)

4 medium cloves garlic (crushed or minced)
2 tablespoons coconut oil
1 ˝ teaspoons ground mace
1 teaspoon ground cardamom
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground cumin
˝ teaspoon
Ecklonia Cava Extract (if you have it)
˝ teaspoon curcumin powder
˝ teaspoon fenugreek
2 tablespoons soy sauce, fish sauce, Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (your choice)
⅓ cup plain Greek yogurt
˝ teaspoon freshly ground pepper
cayenne pepper (to taste)

Tahini Sauce

˝ cup lemon juice
˝ cup tahini
1 med onion
4 cloves garlic (crushed minced)
2 teaspoons - 1 tablespoon Celtic Sea Salt

minced cilantro leaves

Warning! This recipe is very aromatic and fragrant, but not everyone will like it. It's slightly bitter and not suitable for all pallets.

Put the coconut oil into a frying pan and melt at a low heat. Add the garlic and all the spices, then toss in the lam (cut up into pieces) and slowly cook while stirring occasionally. If it dries out, just add a bit of water (or wine).

While the meat is cooking, put half a cup of tahini into a bowl and slowly add the lemon juice while stirring. The tahini will eventually break down and become smooth, it just takes time. When it's smooth, chop up the onion (very fine), crush/mince the 4 cloves of garlic, and add both to the tahini. Finally, add the salt. I've given the options of 2 teaspoons or three (one tablespoon) depending on how you like your tihini. Add and taste is the best way to go.

P.S. Tahini sauce can be used for a number of things, mostly poured over falafels or topping a plate of humus. Just add a bit of water (it will turn white) to make it the consistency you want and there you have it.

When the meat is half cooked, add your tahini and Greek yogurt, cayenne to taste, and allow to finish cooking.

You can serve this as a main entre with rice and vegetables, or you can serve this over the rice (or Miracle Noodles).

One more variation is to chop up veggies, toss in over the meat and sauce and create a faux stir fry. Serve this over rice or Miracle Noodles.

When you mix the vegetables in, you’ll need to increase the amounts of the spices, just a tad. And always a bit more salt (or soy sauce) and (cayenne) pepper to taste.


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