Jalfrezi Recipes : Amp Up A Simple Meal With These 5 Rich Jalfrezi Recipes

Jalfrezi curries are 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’ meaning spicy. Initially, the word was used for a dish in which cooked meat was stir-fried over high heat with vegetables. However, today what we mean by jalfrezi is a thick gravy dish made up of paneer, vegetables, and sometimes even meat. Next time when you have guests and want to treat them to something nice and unique, go for jalfrezi.

We have curated a list of 5 jalfrezi recipes for you.

1) Paneer Jalfrezi

There are many ways to cook paneer and appreciate its versatility. If you want to give a different twist to your regular paneer curry, try this one. This is easy to make and can be enjoyed by people of all age groups. Paneer and capsicum are combined to make the lip-smacking jalfrezi. It also has tangy tomato and chili.

Paneer Jalfrezi is a delicious recipe

2) Vegetable Jalfrezi

If you like a combination of fresh vegetables in your curry, this should be your go-to option. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed. This curry includes a variety of finely chopped vegetables along with a bunch of spices. You can have it for lunch as well as dinner. 

(Also read: Leftover Veggies? Don’t Waste, Make Easy Veg Jalfrezi With Them (Recipe Inside))

3) Sprouts Jalfrezi

If you are a fitness enthusiast and very picky about your food, choose this one. Jalfrezi doesn’t necessarily mean vegetables or chicken put into a curry. You can, of course, tweak it a bit using moong sprouts that taste good and are high on nutrition.

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4) Chicken Jalfrezi

You may have always followed the common cooking style for chicken. Try making chicken jalfrezi once, and it will take your tastebuds on a ride. Saute chicken over high heat until it’s fried. Then, take it out of the pan and prepare the gravy. Finally, put the fried chicken back into the pan, let it soak the gravy, and then savor it.

5) Mutton Jalfrezi

If you like mutton and are open to new ways of cooking it, try this recipe. You’ll need boneless mutton pieces and a host of spices for this. Don’t forget to garnish it with coriander leaves.

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Mutton Jalfrezi is rich and delicious 

We can’t wait to head straight into the kitchen to rustle up one of these jalfrezi dishes! What about you?

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