Rogan Josh Curry Spice Kit
Included in the kit: Printed instructions, Chilli Powder, Coriander Powder, Fennel Powder, Ginger Powder, Mace Powder, Black Cardamoms, Turmeric, Green Cardamoms, Bay Leaves, Cloves.12 g (Net.)
Store in cool dry conditions
Ingredients are originally from Various EU countries, India, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Madagascar and packed in the UK.
This Rogan Josh dish is aromatic with a distinctive spicy Rogan Josh flavour served in a deeply rich red sauce with tender pieces of lamb. This Rogan Josh recipe will serve 4 people.
Rogan means “clarified butter” or “fat” in Persian, while Josh means “heat, hot, boiling, or passionate”.
Rogan Josh pronounced /rouɣændʒuːʃ/ in Persian, is an aromatic lamb dish of Persian origin, which is one of the signature recipes of Kashmiri cuisine.
Lean lamb releases its juices during slow, gentle cooking in this curry flavoured with dry-roasted spices. Try serving with Cardamom Rice.
The Rogan Josh curry spice kit This Rogan Josh dish is aromatic with a distinctive spicy Rogan Josh flavour served in a deeply rich red sauce with tender pieces of meat or vegetables.
This is what else you need to make your Rogan Josh Curry spice kit!
Choose your main ingredient from: 500g–750g diced chicken, lamb, beef or vegetables, 2 medium onions, chopped, 3 tbsp oil, 3 garlic cloves, chopped, 1 green chilli, sliced, 400g tinned chopped tomatoes, 150ml natural yoghurt, whisked, 100ml water, 1 tsp salt
- Gently fry the onions with the oil in a pan over a medium heat until softened but not coloured. Add the contents of the Spice Bag, garlic and sliced chilli and fry for 2 minutes.
- Lower the heat and add the chopped tomatoes and the yoghurt. Stir well and cook for a few minutes.
- Add your chosen main ingredient, water and salt and continue to cook until all the ingredients are cooked through. Remove the whole spices and serve.
About Rogan Josh Curry
Rogan Josh is originally an aromatic lamb dish of Persian origin, which is one of the signature recipes of Kashmiri cuisine but we can confirm it also works well with chicken, lamb, beef or vegetables. Today, Rogan Josh remains popular in northern India and is also a staple menu item at Indian restaurants in North America and Europe. Its popularity in the Western world may be due partly to the fact that it is very flavourful but not intensely spicy. Even so, when asked, most restaurants will adjust the dish’s hotness to suit the diner’s palate. Often, Rogan josh is served with a side of plain or spiced basmati rice, the soft, flat dipping bread known as naan, or both. A large number of Rogan Josh variations exist. For instance, some cooks add finely chopped tomatoes or tomato puree to their recipes. Others include paprika in their spice mixture. These additions alter the dish’s taste and intensify its red colour.