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    Kyrstie Barcak has worked with Kambrook as part of her journey to nurturing home grown goodness. We are very excited to share the debute release of her book, Grow Just One Thing, which is based on the premise that by growing one thing, you gain momentum through the joy you experience in producing and harvesting your own food, developing a new lifestyle and approach to food. In this book, you will learn what to grow, how to make the most of your kitchen as part of your new approach to food, and how to use your home-grown food in delicious, simple recipes the whole family will enjoy.

    Today, Kyrstie is sharing with us one of her recipes from Grow Jut One Thing - Pressure Cooked Spinach Lamb.

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    Pressure Cooker Spinach Lamb

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    INGREDIENTS

    • 1 teaspoon coconut oil (or cooking oil of choice)
    • 3 cloves garlic, chopped finely
    • 1 leek, chopped
    • 1 teaspoon coriander
    • 1 teaspoon cumin
    • 3 cloves
    • 4 cardamon pods
    • ¼ teaspoon turmeric
    • 1 teaspoon salt
    • 6 grinds pepper
    • ¼ teaspoon garam masala
    • 800 grams diced lamb
    • 175 grams (about 1 cup tightly packed) fresh spinach leaves
    • 1 carrot, chopped
    • 1 capsicum, sliced
    • 100 ml vegetable stock

    SPINACH YOGHURT

    • 1 cup tightly packed spinach, chopped
    • 1 teaspoon sumac
    • ½ lemon, juiced
    • ½ cup natural yoghurt
    • Handful fresh coriander leaves

    DIRECTIONS

    1. Add the oil, garlic, leek, spices, salt and pepper to the base of the pan and turn the pressure cooker setting to Sauté.
    2. Stir and after a couple of minutes when the leek starts to soften, add the meat to seal. Stir to coat with the spices and cook for four to five minutes.
    3. Turn off the machine and add the vegetables and stock.
    4. Lock the lid and turn to the Stew function for 24 minutes.
    5. Once cooked, release the pressure and remove the lid.
    6. If there is excess liquid in the pan, turn to Sauté to reduce for three to five minutes.
    7. To make the yoghurt, stir the ingredients together.

    Serve with rice and topped with yoghurt.

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    Grow Just One Thing – The first step in a fresh food journey is the debut book authored by A Fresh Legacy founder Kyrstie Barcak.

    Grow Just One Thing – The first step in a fresh food journey will teach you how to grow, how to make the most of your kitchen as part of your new approach to food, and how to use your home grown food in delicious, simple recipes the whole family will enjoy.

    It will help you to create efficient systems and spaces for storing, planning and cooking your meals and ultimately get more fresh food into your family’s diet – in less time, with less wastage and less stress.

    All of this comes from the momentum gained from growing just one thing.

    Get your copy of Grow Just One Thing – The first step in a fresh food journey:

    Signed copy from the author:

    https://afreshlegacy.net/product/grow-just-one-thing-book

    Or e-version via Amazon:

    Bio:

    Kyrstie Barcak is founder of  A Fresh Legacy – Grow Fresh Cook Fresh

    She helps and inspires people to grow their own vegetable garden and enjoy fresh healthy meals.

    You can find her also at:

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