You all knew that it would not be long before I got a curry on my site in 2018 and this Lamb Rogan Josh is bought to you by some good fortune after spending sometime out shopping (joy of joys) between Christmas and New Year. I love lamb and it is incredibly expensive and tough to find here in Hungary but I’m definitely worth it and given the popularity of my lamb madras recipe I know you guys like my lamb curries too! Rogan Josh likely began as a Persian dish although as a Brit with a penchant for British Indian food then my love is for a Kashmiri style lamb rogan josh. In fact there is another another curry from my wee lamb stash heading your way in the next week or so, the joys of not having the monster Christmas dinner means that I am not a prisoner of the 14 kilos of left over turkey that typified my childhood! I swear sometimes we were still eating the stuff in February 😉
So what does 2018 have in store for me, who knows, I’m having far too much fun to plan to do other stuff! In the coming weeks we have a wedding anniversary to celebrate and a 10 year one at that… Food of course will play a huge part in that as we are planning a trip to one of the restaurants we have been keeping an eye on for a while and a night away. Then the week after we have friends coming to visit and a night away in Budapest, food will play a very different role in that as it will likely be a kebab after consuming an obscene amount of alcohol. 2018 also marks our 10th anniversary in Hungary, yup we both got married and emigrated in the same year, crazy maybe but we seem to be doing relatively ok out of it. Apart from that another 100 recipes or so for you hungry people, a garden full of veggies and more strolling around the Hungarian countryside!