Vegetable Jalfrezi Indian Recipe – Indian Stirfry

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Future Phal says:

Tomato sauce or tomato puree…? Plz reply

Swati Kapoor says:

I m going to make this for Rakhi Lunch this year.. thanx a tonn

Yashaswi Prakash says:

who said its a british dish? ‘Jal’ is a bengali word, meaning spicy. Its an indian dish

Giulia Jeyaseelan says:

mmm buono!! ;))

Kusuma Sajja says:

The one showed in picture is different from the one it came out says:

@vegetarianjen : yes, they are – different ingredients and very different flavors!

Kenneth Hamilton says:

the vegies look great and so do the girls. I say yum yum 🙂

tjrefaat says:

what is it with my thing against canned tomato sauce and bottled lemon juice? i have to make my own or i feel like a cheater. 

Dvijatman Kennel says:

Congratulations , u really trashed an amazing dish…. Girls its hi tym get authentic…

yashrg says:

What does Jalfrezi mean? Where does the name come from?

zevon1964 says:

I am hooked on these videos and have been on an Indian food kick for weeks. I have always loved this food but I’ve been hesitant to make it. Your videos have changed the way I cook! Thanks!

Varalakshmi D says:

hi can i sub tomato sauce with tomato puree?? plz reply

Shubhankar Gupta says:

Nothing can beat fresh lime juice …. says:

No, she is not but will pass on the compliment 🙂

snryn nryn says:

girls looks great than the dish .. this is nt the way u make jalfrezi ..

muskndusk says:

This is nothing like the way it’s served in British curry houses where they put lots of chillies in it, even using them as a garnish!

AbstractMan23 says:

looks nice. i like the idea of just having mainly one spice, the coriander seeds. thanks! says:

@QuantumCy : Sorry about torturing you but when you put your heart into cooking – you gotta taste it, rt?

Ira Singhal says:

you should add some white vinegar in it towards the end to make it a proper jalfrezi. Also increase the tomato sauce in the beginning instead of water to give it a better flavour

Mir Fazle Ali says:

its really informative keep it up……..thanks says:

Yes, you can use any type of onion. We usually try to stay away from the ones that say “Sweet Onion” because it makes the whole dish sweet.

Krishnan Srinivasan says:

I tried this dish today.! it came out really well and everyone liked it.! Thank you Anuja and Hetal.! 🙂 Great show 🙂

diksha sainani says:

what about chilly powder ??? u forget it 

vishal shah says:

Does it really need that much cauliflower?

Prodosh Sen says:
QuantumCy says:

Why do you always have to taste it at the end? 🙁 Its a torture for us!!

uttam banerjee says:

what kind of top are you wearing Anuja? Not looking good. Looking so funny.

ashuonmail says:

i tried it…… was excellent………yummyyyyyyyyyy

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