Jazzing up the spice mix flavor sachet couldn’t be easier. Adding spinach & potatoes makes it more delicious & who doesn’t love more veggies?


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 500g lamb shoulder or leg diced
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 sachet rogan josh spice mix
  • 1 large potato, peeled & diced
  • 1 large handful of baby spinach
  • 1 tbsp olive or coconut oil

Method

  1. Add oil In the inner pot of the Philips All-In-One Cooker. Set to SAUTE/SEAR HIGH HEAT, add the lamb & cook stirring until browned.
  2. Add the spice mix & water & bring to a gentle boil. Add the potatoes.
  3. Set to STEW function & adjust time to 50 minutes. Set valve to SEAL. Once cooking time is finished, seat valve to VENT. Open the lid, add in spinach, give a gentle stir & serve with roti, rice or pappadums (or all of the above!)


  • Oooh it has been a while since I made this one up, will have to bring it back to the table again. Thanks for sharing.

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  • ooooh so good for this cold weather

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  • Last time I made Rogan Josh there was no lamb so I used pork! It was so delicious. LOL!! I HAD NO COMPLAINTS FROM THE BOSS!

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  • wow i don’t think that i have tried rogan josh before let alone making it! it looks very nice though!


    • ta for sharing your recipe. i will enjoy this soon

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  • Oh my goodness that sounds delicious. Thank you

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  • must admit I have not tried this dish, always a first time

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  • Yum, what a great quick dish when you have a pressure cooker. I can’t wait to try it even though I don’t have one.

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  • I have never tried rogan josh. Do you just get the satchets from the supermarket?
    Is it very spicey?


    • Yes you can buy them in woolies. The brand I used was ‘parampara’. Hope that helps!



      • This one was probably medium on the heat scale.

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  • I love a good Lamb Curry … thank you for sharing

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  • Looks great and hearty!

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  • I have a curry night with my neighbours this coming weekend and this looks delicious. I might just try your recipe out for us all to enjoy. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I love lamb rogan josh, this sounds lovely!

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  • we love a good curry recipe.

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  • OMG is it really that simple and easy?? Wow, always thought indian cooking was complicated so I’ve stayed away. Might try this one!!!

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  • I wonder if I could use beef instead, as I don’t eat lamb?


    • I am sure you could-give it a go! Would be just as tasty.



      • Yes! You can even use chicken but please reduce cooking time for chicken.

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