Lamb is something that I've always eaten at a restaurant, but have never made at home.
I tried to make a lamb curry the other day, which failed big time.
I figured if I bought lamb stew meat, that if I cooked it for an hour, like I would with chicken for
a curry, that it would be okay. It came out tough as hell.
If it says lamb stew meat, does that mean you only cook it till medium, so you don't over cook it?
I thought all stew meats were all the same?
Also, I want to make lamb kebabs, what kind of lamb is that?
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