Jalfrezi is not a traditional Indian dish as such but, like the bhuna, is actually a method of cooking. It literally means 'hot-fry' but is probably better translated as 'stir-fry'. The term jalfrezi entered the English language at the time of the British Raj in India. Colonial households employed Indian cooks who would use the jalfrezi method of c
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Sautéed or stir-fried chicken, meat or vegetables, with added green peppers, green chillies and onions. Originally a Raj dish.
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Indian food terms > Jalfrezi
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Jalfrezi (also jhal frezi, zalfrezi, and many alternative spellings) is a type of curry in which marinated pieces of meat or vegetables are fried in oil and spices to produce a dry, thick sauce. It is cooked with green chillies, with the result that a jalfrezi can range in heat from a medium dish to a very hot one. Typically those eating jalfrezi
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Stir fried dish with green peppers, chillis and onions.
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