Lamb Rogan Josh4.0/5 (BASED ON 729 reviews)
This Kashmiri dish is one of the most popular of the classic North Indian curries. Rogan Josh – which translates roughly as “red juice” describes the way the red colour from the Kashmiri chillies infuses the oil, creating a red coloured sauce. Normally a slow cooked dish where lamb is braised in oil, tomatoes and spices, our quick version sears lamb leg steaks which are then returned to the fragrant curry just before serving.
Cook our delicious Lamb Rogan Josh in just Minutes
We’ve sourced and blended all of the unique flavour ingredients to make our authentic Lamb Rogan Josh. We bring these all together in a recipe kit, which consists of 3 flavour pots; a Rogan Josh Paste pot, a Garlic Paste pot and a Indian Lamb Stock pot. Simply follow our recipe, adding a few items from your fridge, to cook this delicious Lamb Rogan Josh in just 30 minutes.
How Our Recipes Kits Work
We provide flavour ingredients:
- Rogan Josh Paste
- Garlic Paste
- Indian Lamb Stock
Your shopping list:
- thumb of ginger
- green pepper
- ripe tomatoes
- lamb leg steaks
- pack microwave rice
- tomato puree
- plain yoghurt(optional)
Our 30 minute recipe
Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan over a medium heat and add the onion. Fry for 8 mins, or until golden brown. Add the ginger and fry for 2 more mins.
Add the Rogan Josh Paste and 1 tbsp water to the pan and stir fry for 1 min. Add the Garlic Paste and 1 more tbsp water to the pan and fry again for 1 min.
Tip in the green pepper and tomato wedges into the pan and fry for 2 mins. Stir in 1 tbsp tomato puree then add the Indian Lamb Stock pot with 150ml boiling water and mix well. Let it simmer over a medium-low heat for 5 mins. Meanwhile, fry the lamb separately.
Heat a little oil in a frying pan over a medium-high heat then fry the lamb pieces, in batches if necessary. Let them cook for 5 mins, turning them occasionally to brown them. For the curry sauce, if you'd prefer it to be thicker, see the tip! Otherwise, stir the lamb pieces into the curry. Heat the rice as per pack instructions.
Serve the rice with the Rogan Josh on top with a spoonful of yoghurt on the side to balance the flavours.
Lamb Rogan Josh Reviews
BASED ON 729 reviews
Helen - Nov 13, 2018
Used chicken instead of lamb, but was still delicious!
Beauleiu - Nov 13, 2018
Would of been lovely but my lamb was tough just a bad batch I think. Stressed out meat the prob these days.
James - Nov 11, 2018
Such a different fresh twist on this Indian classic.
Mel - Nov 09, 2018
Not as nice as the others but still good
Jade - Nov 08, 2018
I enjoyed this but it didn’t taste much like a curry.
Rachael - Nov 08, 2018
No real spice at all had to add my own chillis
Alexandra - Nov 07, 2018
Perfect for the slow cooker
Carole - Nov 06, 2018
Ok. But not a favourite
Georgina - Nov 05, 2018
Beautiful and so easy to cook.
Irena - Nov 04, 2018
This is my most disappointing dish so far. Even with the addition of cornflour the curry was nothing like "restaurant quality" and the lamb was tough. It definitely requires slow cooking and I wouldn't make this again.
Amie - Nov 03, 2018
Tasty, nice kick.
Linda - Nov 03, 2018
Christine - Nov 02, 2018
Nice added some spinach few minuites before end of cooking
Andrew - Nov 01, 2018
Very yummy curry
Janet - Oct 31, 2018
Gorgeous will have again
Susie - Oct 28, 2018
Nice flavour but lamb was tough
Gavin - Oct 24, 2018
This has been my most disappointing meal yet.
Megan - Oct 24, 2018
Not very spicy but full of flavour
Mary - Oct 23, 2018
Quick easy and delicious
stephen - Oct 23, 2018
Very tasty, I cooked all ingredients in slow cooker and it turned out delicious.
Tiffany - Oct 22, 2018
Didn't taste like a curry. Wasn't spicy at all. Why microwave rice? No reason for it. Just very disappointing.
Martina - Oct 21, 2018
Absolutely lovely, tastes like just like the Indian restaurant.
Martin - Oct 21, 2018
Karen - Oct 20, 2018
Make sure you use good quality lamb. Organic is best.
Emma - Oct 20, 2018
Amanda - Oct 20, 2018
Darker colour than expected but tasted great.
Marie - Oct 20, 2018
Easy, and very, very tasty
Denise - Oct 19, 2018
Really good authentic flavour!
Karan - Oct 18, 2018
Nice and spicy. Nice, fresh curry.
Karl - Oct 18, 2018
Best cooked in the oven for an hour to develop the flavour
Jill - Oct 18, 2018
Phil - Oct 17, 2018
Given the usual exceptional recipes, this was a good way off. I cook Indian food a lot and this wasn’t to my liking. No worries, on to the next dish!!
Amy - Oct 17, 2018
It was ok but I have made better on my own
Joe - Oct 16, 2018
Decent, spicy and tangy. Not too much depth of flavour like one you'd make yourself, but I'd have again as it's a curry that doesn't take long at all.
Kelly - Oct 16, 2018
Too bland and sauce thin.. so recommend the corn flour!
Jennifer - Oct 15, 2018
Fantastic! Loved it!
Linda - Oct 15, 2018
Ok, slightly disappointed as the other dishes we have cooked tasted a lot more authentic.
David - Oct 14, 2018
Too salty, making process too bitty
Leslie - Oct 14, 2018
This turned out more like a tomatoey lamb stew. It was nice, but not very Indian at all. I won’t be ordering this one again.
Tammy - Oct 08, 2018
I made this in the slow cooker with left over lamb as I wanted a healthy 'takeaway' for an easy meal, it worked beautifully and was very tasty.
Chris - Oct 07, 2018
More of a casserole than a curry
Leah - Oct 06, 2018
Absolutely delicious. Never made curry without a jar before, and I will never go back. Perfect for a Saturday night meal.
Suzi - Oct 05, 2018
Our first Simply Cook that we didn't like. Didn't really taste like we expected and very runny.
Jill - Oct 05, 2018
Sasha - Oct 02, 2018
Def needs the cornflour for a thick glossy sauce!
vanessa - Sep 29, 2018
I don't like lamb so substituted it with chicken. Really top quality
Fiona - Sep 29, 2018
Tastey but a bit too salty.
Liza - Sep 28, 2018
Flavours not strong enough
Louise - Sep 28, 2018
Did it with chicken as the other half doesn’t like lamb. Neither of us enjoyed the flavours and apparently it was a bit of a pain to make. Had to eventually find one we didn’t like!
Pamela - Sep 25, 2018
Not my favourite