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

ShowMeTheCurry.com 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 ….

ShowMeTheCurry.com 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!

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

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

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

ShowMeTheCurry.com says:

@sapna101
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……..it was excellent………yummyyyyyyyyyy

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