Growing up with an Indian family, I always appreciate a good curry, and this is one of the best chicken jalfrezis I've ever tasted! It's definitely the best chicken jalfrezi I've ever made myself, and so, so easy to make from scratch.
I upped the spices to 1 tsp tumeric powder, 3 tsp chili powder, 3 tsp cumin 3 tsp cumin and 3 tsp coriander. I kept the grated ginger to 2 T. This was an incredible dish. I get my tomatoes from Costco, so this was a wonderful way to use up all those tomatoes. I served this with rice, but next time I will try my hand at naan bread!!
This was the best curry I've ever made AND the easiest. I only tinkered with it slightly and added a touch more chilli powder, coriander and cumin. We like lots of sauce with our curries, so I added a small amount of chicken stock and didn't reduce it at all.
This is an excellent recipe! I cook Pakistani dishes often, and this is a very tasty Chicken Jalfrezi. I didn't cook the recipe exactly as the directions indicated; I actually put all the spices in together after putting the chicken in to the pan. I also cooked the spices 30 minutes + rather than simmering them at small intervals. Nevertheless, I highly recommend this recipe!
Made for PAC Fall 2007. The bf is LOVING it! I'm telling you, he hardly ever gives 5 stars, and he gave this without asking! I eat this all the time at our favorite Pakistani restaurant, so it was great to find out how easy it was to re-create it at home! Seriously took no time at all, and I can imagine that adding bell peppers or other vegetables would make it double-delicious! Thank you for another great recipe, grapefruit!
i love it