Jalfrezi is a dish originating in the Indian subcontinent, popular in Bangladeshi cuisine and Indian cuisine that involves frying marinated pieces of chicken in oil and spices to produce a dry, thick sauce. As the dish includes green chillies, a jalfrezi can range in heat from medium to very hot. Typically, those eating jalfrezi cool it down by consuming cream, yoghurt or other foods that help alleviate the heat. Jalfrezi recipes originally appeared in cookbooks of the British India as a way of using up leftovers by frying them in chilli and onion. This English language usage derived from the colloquial Bengali word jhālpharezī: in Bengali, jhāl means spicy food; in Persian, parhezī means suitable for a diet. In the Indian subcontinent, chicken jalfrezi is considered an Indian Chinese, Bangladeshi Indochinese or Pakistani Chinese dish, with a mix of Chinese and South Asian cooking techniques used in its preparation. In a survey in 2011, Jalfrezi was rated the most popular dish in UK Indian and restaurants.
Also, pairs with Beef, Vegetables, Seafood & Lamb.
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