Jalfrezzi curry is a great way to pack vegetables or chicken and other ingredients into one dish. It is believed to have originated in Bengal and is now popular everywhere including London. It is said that the word ‘Jalfrezi’ comes from the Bengali word ‘Jhal’ which means spicy. Initially, the term was used for a dish in which cooked meat was stir-fried over high heat with vegetables. However, today we mean jalfrezi, which is a thick gravy dish made from paneer, vegetables and sometimes meat. Next time you have guests over and you want to treat them with something nice and unique, choose a jalfrezzi.
We have compiled a list of 5 Jalfrezi Recipes for you.
1) Cheese Jalfrezik
There are many ways to cook cheese and appreciate its versatility. If you want to give a different twist to your regular paneer curry, try this one. It is easy to make and can be enjoyed by all age groups. A lip-smacking jalfrezzi is made by combining paneer and capsicum. It also has pungent tomatoes and chilies.
Paneer Jalfrezi is a delicious recipe
2) Vegetable Jalfrezzi
If you love a combination of fresh vegetables in your curry, then this must be the best option for you. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed. This curry includes a variety of finely chopped vegetables as well as a bunch of spices. You can have it for lunch as well as dinner.
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3) Sprouts Jalfrezzi
If you are a fitness enthusiast and are very picky about your food, then choose this one. Jalfrezi does not mean adding vegetables or chicken to a curry. Of course, you can change this up a bit by using moong sprouts, which are full of good taste and nutrition.
4) Chicken Jalfrezzi
You must have always followed the normal cooking style for chicken. Try making Chicken Jalfrezi once, and it will enthrall your taste buds. Fry the chicken on high heat till it gets fried. Then take it out from the pan and prepare the gravy. Lastly, put the fried chicken back in the pan, let the gravy soak in, and then savor it.
5) Mutton Jalfrezik
If you love mutton and you are ready for new ways to cook it, then give this recipe a try. For this you will need boneless mutton pieces and lots of spices. Don’t forget to garnish it with coriander leaves.
Mutton Jalfrezi is rich and delicious
We can’t wait to head straight to the kitchen to rustle up one of these jalfrezzi recipes! what do you say?