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Title: Tandoori Lamb Loin Chops
Post by: livo on February 03, 2019, 10:51 PM
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I marinated these for 48 hours due to the fact that nobody was home to eat them on the first night.  They were delicious and I should have done double the amount. 

I served these with Sverige's Bombay Aloo (using JB's oven pre-cooked spuds),  CTM (made from MM's Aussie IR pastes), Chicken Korma (made from the tandoor cooked chicken breast pieces marinated in the leftover Raan marinade),  Mango Chicken (Yes again. I have to cook it every time or it isn't curry night), Pilau rice (brown basmati, which I've been really enjoying instead of white), fresh garden salad and I cheated with frozen naan. 

The KD base gravy Mango Chicken was a hit with both daughters. This dish is now 100% cracked.  The frozen naan are surprisingly really good. I did a couple in the toaster and a couple more just thrown into the oven for a few minutes.  No complaints.