How to make it

  • Mix onion, garlic, coriander, salt, cumin, pepper, ginger, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon and lmeon juice.
  • Beat until smooth.
  • Add yogurt and butter and blend again.
  • Place lamb chunks in large gallon freezer bag and add the marinade.
  • Place in a bowl and let stand overnight in refrigerator.
  • Next morning, put lamb and marinade in the slow cooker and cook on low for 10 hours.
  • Serve with steamed basmati rice.
  • Pass condiments to garnish as you please.
  • Salted peanuts, chopped eggs, crispy bacon, mango chutney, minced green onions, chopped candied ginger, or raisins.

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  • bomobob 11 years ago
    My only suggestion would be to add the yogurt near the end of the cooking process. If not, it will separate in the slow cooker, and leave you with a very thin broth rather than a velvety one.
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  • cabincrazyone 12 years ago
    My mouth is watering. I may not get to making this until fall or winter. Too much charcoaling going on right now. I'm printing it and sticking it in my three ring cookbook right now. Thanks for the great post.
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  • notyourmomma 12 years ago
    Probably not authentic, but more an alliterative name for the curry dish. Kashmir has a dish called rogan josh, recipes vary widely across different locations and traditions, but all include lamb, onions, oil or ghee (clarified butter), and a mixture of spices. These may include paprika for it's red colour, aniseed, cloves, cumin, cinnamon, and many others. Many variations have ginger, garlic, and yoghurt, and some use tomatoes.
    From Wikipedia: Traditional Kashmiri food includes dum aloo (boiled potatoes with heavy amounts of spice), tzaman (a solid cottage cheese), rogan josh (lamb cooked in heavy spices), zaam dod (curd), yakhayn (lamb cooked incurd with mild spices), hakh (a spinach-like leaf), rista-gushtava (minced meat balls in tomato and curd curry) and of course the signature rice which is particular to Asian cultures. The traditional wazwan feast involves cooking meat or vegetables, usually mutton, in several different ways.

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  • merlin 12 years ago

    This sounds fabulouso. What makes it Kashmiri?
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