The carrier-phonon interaction in self-organized In(Ga)As/GaAs quantum dots is investigated under resonant excitation of the ground-state transition. Different phonon-coupled processes are observed. The distinction between Raman scattering and hot-luminescence process has been resolved by time-dependent photoluminescence measurements. The quantum dot LO (33.8 meV) as well as an interface (36.5 meV) phonon mode is observed by resonant Raman scattering. For the QD LO phonon mode, a very short radiative lifetime of 10 ps was found.