Isn’t Rogan Josh the first choice of curry in any restaurants you visit. For me it always has been. A delicacy from Kashmir, delight for every food lover this dish is one of the must try Indian dishes.
‘Rogan’ in Persian means oil and ‘josh’ means hot. So you can imagine this dish has beautiful red thin gravy covered in the layer of oil. Kashmiris use ‘Ratanjot’ for the red colour but popularly Kashmiri red chili powder gives the required shiny red colour to the dish. Kashmiri red chili in not very hot plus it gives nice colour so can be used generously.Comments (
Since I have tried super delicious and delicate mutton dum biryani I am fan of dum style of cooking. This way you can cook without any added oil. Tastes and flavors are so perfectly blended in this style of cooking that it’s just wowww!!!. Meat retains its very tastes and engrosses all the aroma and flavors of spices which are put in. This is just extraordinary. I will say I am totally in love with Dum cooking and what a taste!!! Do tryComments (
When you are cheerful and totally in mood to spend time in kitchen, go for this recipe. I was so so happy how this came out, beautiful combination of spices and flavours. Also, for me a break from regular curry. Because it was Friday and I got fresh vegetables, I was all up to try to make something different than usual. This was just fantastic.Comments (
Like anyone else's, my mom is the best cook I have ever known. She is the master of curries. I humbly admit I have never tasted better mutton curry than what she cooks. So here is that recipe straight from her kitchen. Let me also admit, her recipe is not written down anywhere. I picked this up during my frequent rounds to kitchen charmed by the tempting aroma while she used to cook mutton curry. For so many years, being away from home, this is a must to have dish during my visits to home. Even though this is liked by all my friends, I don’t even dare to try this when mom is around.
As this recipe is from Indian kitchen, this is generously laden with spices and slowly pressure cooked. Not so spicy food lovers may cut down the amount of spice. Let me present to you the classic Indian mutton curry.Comments (