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Rogan Josh (2)

Rogan Josh (2) created by The 500 Chef

Another version of the recipe that I posted, before. This version has no lemon juice so is smoother. The use of ghee helps give the dish a touch of class. This version is for STARDUST. So try it and post me another review. Please.

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  • Melt two tbsp ghee over medium heat and fry the meat till it changes colour, remove from the pan.
  • Lower the heat and fry the cumin, coriander, turmeric, chilli powder, ginger and garlic for 1 minute.
  • Raise the heat to medium and refry the meat with any juices for 3 minutes.
  • Add the onions and stir fry for 5 minutes.
  • Add the tomatoes and tomato puree cook for 2 minutes.
  • Add the salt and water, bring to the boil and simmer till meat is tender approximately 1 hour.
  • Stir in the cream and turn off the heat.
  • In a small pan melt the remaining ghee and fry the garam masala stir and add a tbsp of the meat sauce to the pan stir and add to the meat.
  • Garnish with the coriander leaves.
  • Serve with Cumin rice, a vegetable dish, chutney and pappads.
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"Another version of the recipe that I posted, before. This version has no lemon juice so is smoother. The use of ghee helps give the dish a touch of class. This version is for STARDUST. So try it and post me another review. Please."
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  1. The 500 Chef
    Rogan Josh (2) Created by The 500 Chef
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  2. Dionne K.
    This was a super tasty dish! Really impressed by it. Yum yum. I did make some alterations for my own tastes, I added an extra tsp of cumin, chilli and turmeric and it was perfect medium spice for me. I would like to try making this into a lower fat version as I'd live to have it more often but it is very fattening. Next time I will use sunflower oil at the beginning and use only ghee to blend with the garam masala I will also use yoghurt or single cream in place of double cream. Instructions could have been a little clearer (I peeled my tomatoes before adding them!) but was delicious nonetheless!
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  3. Dionne K.
    This was a super tasty dish! Really impressed by it. Yum yum. I did make some alterations for my own tastes, I added an extra tsp of cumin, chilli and turmeric and it was perfect medium spice for me. I would like to try making this into a lower fat version as I'd live to have it more often but it is very fattening. Next time I will use sunflower oil at the beginning and use only ghee to blend with the garam masala I will also use yoghurt or single cream in place of double cream. Instructions could have been a little clearer (I peeled my tomatoes before adding them!) but was delicious nonetheless!
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  4. Chef floWer
    Rogan Josh (2) Created by Chef floWer
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  5. Chef floWer
    I made this for a curry night and all the family enjoyed it. I can't comment on the flavour (I only eat poultry and fish/seafood) but everyone who ate the curry said it was wonderful. Only suggestion is to make the directions a little more clear. Thanks Brain H for posting your recipe.
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