|Energy||585.64 Cal||Protein||46.45 g|
|Lipid||31.48 g||Carbohydrate||29.16 g|
|Fiber||4.93 g||Sugar||10.29 g|
|1.50||lb||LAMB||BONESLESS AND CUBED|
|1.00||tbsp||SALT||ADD TO TASTE|
|3.00||tbsp||SUNFLOWER OIL||OR ANY OTHER OIL|
|1.00||tbsp||GARLIC||GROUND INTO PASTE|
|1.00||tsp||CORIANDER SEED||GROUND INTO POWDER|
ORIGIN OF THE TRADITIONAL INDIAN LAMB CURRY
An aromatic lamb dish of Persian origin, distinguished by its fiery, red flavourful sauce. Now more popularly associated with the Kashmir area of India, the name is thought to have originated from the word “Rogan” meaning oil in Persian, and “Josh” meaning heat.
Now a staple in northern Indian cuisine, there are many variations in how the Rogan Josh is prepared, however, the main ingredients remain the same. The distinctly red pigment of the dish is born from the Kashmiri chilli’s used for the heart of the sauce. Traditionally made with lamb, this curry is both tender and rich in taste, making it a popular choice for all palettes.
There are significant differences in preparation between the Hindu and Muslim dishes in Kashmir: Muslims use praan, a local shallot tasting of garlic, and petals of maval, the Cockscomb flower, for colouring (and for its supposed “cooling” effect); Hindus do not use praan, onion or garlic but add yogurt to give additional body and flavour.
MORE ABOUT THIS RECIPE OF THE TRADITIONAL INDIAN LAMB CURRY or THE LAMB ROGAN GHOSH
This recipe of the traditional Indian lamb curry is a delicacy throughout the world. In case one prefers cooking lamb in a slow cooker and not a pressure cooker, it takes over 5 to 6 hours to tenderize the meat.
However, the pressure cooker provides the same outcome but saves on a lot of time. The addition of yoghurt enhances the overall richness and flavour bomb of the dish. Not only does it make the red colour creamier and delicate but also makes the taste delicate.
Some may prefer the addition of coconut milk but that is not the authentic method. The addition of cream and butter, however, is permissible and simply creates a stronger flavour profile. This dish, without a doubt, speaks the true essence of the Indian spirit.
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Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||982.17 Cal||Protein||32.90 g|
|Lipid||59.94 g||Carbohydrate||94.26 g|
|Fiber||26.25 g||Sugar||40.96 g|
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Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||295.82 Cal||Protein||2.47 g|
|Lipid||17.93 g||Carbohydrate||33.22 g|
|Fiber||0.55 g||Sugar||26.66 g|