Jalfrezi is the Indian version of Chinese stir-fry made with curry spices.
You may be interested to know that ‘Jal’ means pungently spicy and ‘frezi’ means ‘stir fry’
During the Raj, British created this method of reheating left-over. You may credit the Governor General for the state of Bengal, Lord Marcus Sandys who enjoyed spicy Indian foods.
As the time passed, Indian restaurants adapted the method to make a stir-fry with marinated meats. All Jalfrezi dishes have visible: onions, bell pepper, tomatoes, and Serrano. Nowadays, the meats not be leftovers, precooked, or even marinated. You may not use any meats at all and use different vegetables instead.
Ingredients: Chilli, Paprika, Ginger, Coriander, Cinnamon, Cumin, Cardamom, Turmeric, Salt
Allergens: Processed in premises that handle nuts, soya, dairy, sesame and