My rogan josh recipe made with venison! A lighter version of this famous curry.
Rogan josh might normally be made with lamb or mutton but the sauce is good with many different main ingredients. You just don’t need a lot of fat to make amazing curries. Lately I’ve been developing many new Indian recipes that are low in fat but still taste amazing. This venison rogan josh is one of them
One thing I’ve been doing is cutting way back with the oil I use in addition to using less fatty cuts of meat. Cooking with a lot of oil does make cooking easier but as long as you watch it closely while cooking, you can make curries that are just as good with very little oil.
This venison rogan josh simply has to be tried!
I used venison osso bucco instead of lamb or mutton because it has about half fat and also delicious flavour. The only thing about using venison osso bucco in this way is that you have to cook it low and slow.
To become tender, this curry took over two hours to simmer but the result was worth the wait! You could also use other cuts of venison that will cook faster. Just remember… Don’t rush things, it’s ready when it’s ready.
I know there are a lot of people who don’t feel a low fat diet is necessary. That’s fine. Use more oil. I do hope you give this venison rogan josh a try though. In the recipe you make a spice blend (garam masala).
This recipe makes about 4 1/2 tablespoons so you can cheat and use shop bought garam masala but the end result won’t be as tasty.
I hope you enjoy this venison rogan josh recipe. If you try it, please leave a comment and let me know how it went. I would love to hear from you.