rogan josh recipe
A Kashmiri ‘classic’, rogan josh recipe.
Go to step-by-step rogan josh recipe
Hyderabadi goat biryani
This is a delicious goat and rice dish from Hyderabad.
Go to step-by-step Hyderabadi biryani recipe
I live in the UK, Goat is hard to come by so used Lamb, It was the best Rogan Josh that I’ve made to date, so thanks for the recipe. I love Kashmiri food, Looking at some recipes online there is a Kashmimi Basar Mix/Powder that is used but I can’t find a recipe for it, Do you have said recipe or something close that will give me the taste of Kashmiri? Anyway keep up the good work It’s much appreciated,
Well, it look’s like i came to the wrong place for some help,
Everyone’s left the building.
Apology for the delay in getting back.
I have a great recipe for a ‘Kashmiri’ spice mix which is easy to use and ‘make’. Will send it to you by the weekend.
Until then happy cooking !!
Thanks Chef Ajoy,
Lookjng forward to the recipe,
Sorry for the delay, but could not log in without regestering again, hence the change in name
Have you forggoten my mix powder recipe???
Could you post this kashmiri spice mix recipe please
I fear Chef Ajoy has forgotten.
Hope you are OK Ajoy. I see that you haven’t posted since the 13th of Feb.
Thanks for the concern.
Business was down and had to spend my time and energies on getting it back on track.
Will start blogging when the going is good!!
Until then happy cooking!!
Anah daata sukhi bhava!!
Glad your OK, I can wait for the recipe, Just get that business of yours back up and running smooth,
Carry on Currying
I was looking for a genuine recipe for Rogan Josh for a while and then I came upon your recipe. I have made your recipe numerous times since and have absolutely loved it. Hope to someday actually eat at your place when I visit India next.
I did put up the confusions and the outcome in my search of Rogan Josh here: https://storify.com/bhavinjadav/will-the-real-rogan-josh-please-stand-up
Good to hear from you mate.
I am in sydney and have two restaurants called Nilgiri’s and the other (to be launched soon) called Tellicherry, coastal eats by Nilgiri’s.
Happy cooking !!
Ah! Great!! Catching your food has suddenly become immensely easier. Will sure find one of your places next time I’m in Sydney. Usually there twice a year atleast.
hello Ajoy, just want tell you that last week was the tenth time that i made murgh kali mirch my friends and my kids are going crazy for it it is out of this world (now I can see why Vijay Mallaya didn’t want you to leave ) i have tried some other recipes as well. i would like to ask if yo have a panjabi or Rajasthani goat recipe in Rajasthan they use this spice which is called kachri not sure what that is all i know it is tangy. i live in vancouver it is hard to find it here. please let me know. And yes I’m always smiling when I’m cooking.Thanks
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