Roghan Josh

This retro classic is a Kashmiri favourite which is very popular throughout the world and is cooked in many homes till today.
Difference between Rogan Josh and Rogan Gosht:
Roghan Josh is an aromatic lamb korma of Persian origin which is one of the signature recipes of Kashmiri Cuisine. Roghan means “clarified butter” or “fat” in Persian, whilst Josh means “intensity” or “passion”. The recipe’s spice is one of aroma rather than heat, so the fiery intensity of “Josh” actually refers to the heat the dish is cooked in and not the heat of the chilli content. Roghan Gosht has different spices with more delicate flavourings such as: Mace, Cardamons, Fennel, Yoghurt and Saffron. Another unique difference is that Roghan Gosht can be classed as a Moghlai dish unlike the similar-sounding Roghan Josh.

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