Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Weekend Cooking - Rogan Josh

no one likes to sit with a sprained leg when theres so much to do,specially with Festival around and a trip to India for Deepawali,but yesterday i slipped some stairs and sprained my leg ,so now i am just contemplating how i gonna manage Karwa Chauth,packing for trip and so many other endless things,coming back to todays post sharing with you all recipe of Rogan Josh ,which is curried lamb or goat meat originating from Kashmir ,i omitted the use of saunf ad ginger powder as i didnt had ,i didnt had degi mirch so i replaced it with normal red chili powder. dont know how authentic this recipe is but i truly luved it,this one is perfect for weekend meal or for a get together,..:-)

Paired the curry with plain rice,salad and chapathi .

Recipe Name Rogan Josh
Recipe adapted from Neeta Mehtas Book
Preparation time
Cooking time
Ingredient
goat meat half kg
whole masala
clove five
cinnamon half inch
black caramom four
bay leaf crushed four
paste
ginger garlic paste two tsp
paste of five onions
powdered masala
one and a half tsp red chili powder
half tsp pepper powder
green cardamom powdered one tsp
salt as per taste
pinch of saffron dissolved in warm water
half tsp asafoetida dissolved in one tsp water
oil/ghee to cook
curd half cup

Procedure
Heat two tbsp oil in non stikc wok
add whole masala and let it splutter
lower the flame and add paste
keep frying till the paste is cooked
add hing water followed by mutton pieces
keep stirring till the mutton becomes brown from all sides
add salt,red chili powder,black pepper powder and keep stirring
reduce the heat add powdered cardamom and curd
keep stirring till it starts boiling
add water transfer the content to a pressure cooker
pressure cook for two to three whistles till the mutton becomes tender.
add saffron and let it simmer ,serve warm with chapati ,rice and salad.

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8 comments:

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

Oh soory to hear that u had a fall my dear..take car:) The josh is extremely delicious:)

Priti said...

Wish you speedy recovery, I was in same situation weeks back ...that platter looks yum

Priya said...

Rogan josh makes me hungry..soo tempting.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

This Luks Yumm and delicious Mutton Curry.Luv ur recipes dear.

Patricia Torres said...

Oh wow!! Lovely.. Im not that fond of meat… or chicken.. But this is one of my hubbys fav recipes.. Your has turned out lovely.. Makes me hungry!!

Cham said...

So busy for the trip- take care of ur leg!
I never made rogan josh but looks awesome ur meal!

LG said...

How are you feeling now? What are special dishes you are making for Deepavali.

Sunshine And Smile said...

Reading the post I a desperately craving for some rogan josh