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This jalfrezi curry recipe is the perfect rainy day companion. We will traditionally enjoy pancakes on a day like this, but because we have a family event planned for the day, we decided to go for something more appealing, and jalfrezi curry came to the call.
Jalfrezi is a curry dish originating in Bengal and extremely popular throughout the Indian subcontinent and beyond. Bengal is also popular for its wild cats and tigers, quite fitting if you consider our name is The Cooking Cat. Most probably the reason why we enjoy this jalfrezi dish so much.
Most jalfrezi recipes call for jalfrezi paste, an ingredient that is not easy to come by in countries outside the Indian subcontinent. For this reason, we developed a unique and easy jalfrezi recipe, bypassing jalfrezi paste, but tastes just as good as the original, or in my personal opinion, a bit better.
This of it as an homemade jalfrezi paste
Thanks and happy jalfrezi cooking.
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Rating: 5.00 out of 6
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