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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Rogan Gosh (Meat cooked in yoghurt and whole spices)

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Last weekend i brought two recipes books (Curries & rice and Tikkas & Kababs).Since last three days i am stealing the recipes from that book and cooking it.This curry i made it last night for dinner with chapati.Had rogan gosh in the restaurants but never made it at home.This came out very well.


Ingredients:-


Lamb 1 kg (cut into cubes)
Butter 3/4 cup
Asafoetida (hing) a pinch
Green cardamon 10
Cinnamon 3 sticks
Cloves 5
Ginger and garlic paste 3 tbsp
Yoghurt 2 cups
Deghi mirchi powder 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Water 2 1/2 cups


Method:-

Heat clarified butter in a kadhai.Add hing,green cardamons,cinnamon and cloves.Saute till they crackle.
Add onions and stir fry till golden brown
Stir in ginger and garlic paste and saute for 2 minutes.
Add lamb cubes and stir fry for 15 minutes.
Add the remaining ingredients except water.Cover and cook on low heat for 30 minutes.
Increase heat and stir fry till the oil separates.
Add water and pressure cook for 5-6 whistles.
Serve hot with parathas or rotis.


This curry is going to participate in the Side dish for chapathi event by viki of elite foods

20 comments:

  1. Any dish with lamb is my Dad's fav.....With lots of yogurt it must be tasty!....:)

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  2. Such a delicious and tempting mutton gravy..feel like rite now..

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  3. ee madhaya yummmy recipes mastgaa vastunnayigaa he hee lovely dish looks so delicious.

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  4. Drooling curry ..yummy it looks.

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  5. Looks creamy and yummy... perfect for rice and chapathis... don't know what was wrong with my comment box... still trying for help in the forum... hope to fix them soon :)

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  6. Deliciously tempting! i love this dish.

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  7. Nice curry with few ingredients..looks very delicious :)

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  8. Lovely and simple to make dish..thanks for sharing

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  9. Thanks S, but hey where is the parcel..i am waiting for the postman with a spl dish fm u..bah:(

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  10. Yummy and delicious, makes me drool.

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  11. Drooooooooooll..u have some yummy non veg stuff gng on here dear..:)

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  12. Thanx nandini,priya,home cooked oriya food,rekha,
    shailaja and pavithra

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  13. Thanx srikar,padma,gita,sree,mythri,varsha,ramesh

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  14. Vijitha shyam welcome here :)

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  15. Oh wow....that's an aromatic, flavourful and drool worthy recipe dear.....perfect with roti...

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