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Chicken Madras, Rogan josh a hit in UK

india Updated: Jan 09, 2009 20:12 IST

Indian spicy dish

Chicken Madras

has topped a new list of healthy takeaways.

Chicken Madras

comes from southern India and the curry is quite hot owing to a fairly large amount of chilli in the recipe, reports the Scotsman. The list, compiled by online takeaway site Just-Eat.co.uk, included rogan josh at number three.



Rogan josh

is an aromatic curry dish popular in India.

Rogan

means clarified butter in Persian, while Josh means hot or passionate.

Rogan Josh

thus means meat cooked in clarified butter at intense heat.

Rogan Josh

was brought to India by the Moghuls.



The unrelenting heat of the Indian plains took the Moghuls frequently to Kashmir, which is where the first Indian adoption of

Rogan Josh

occurred. Kebabs, pizza and Chinese takeaways also made it to the list.



A food website has compiled a top ten list of healthy takeaways.