Hi, Ray here.
Time to try out another of those yummy chicken curry recipes from the Curry focus web site.
This time I chose the Chicken Jalfrezi curry recipe.
Once again, I got the ingredients ready before I started the actual cooking. It was just a matter of putting the ingredients that go into the curry together onto little plates. I mixed the curry masala paste with about a tablespoon of water in a small bowl so that there was a slightly runny paste.
The recipe didn’t say to seed the green chillies so I left the seeds in because I prefer them that way.
I also got some basmati rice ready to microwave before starting to cook.
I heated up the oil in a large frying pan and quickly cooked the turmeric and seeds. I had the frying pan over a high heat seeing that the recipe kept talking about stir-frying.
Then the garlic and ginger were quickly stir-fried followed by the curry masala paste.
The chicken was next and I happily took in the mouth-watering smells whilst cooking the chicken. I got the rice underway once the chicken was cooking.
Then I added the onions, chillies and red pepper.
This recipe is so easy.
The last ingredients to go in were the coriander, tomatoes and garam masala.
Drain the rice and serve.
The results were delicious. Another very successful meal that was much enjoyed by my hungry friends.
Be careful. This is quite a spicy hot curry. I would recommend that a side dish of raita (yoghurt and cucumber) be served with the meal so that people can cool down the curry a bit. There’s an easy recipe on the Curry Focus web site for raita.
Rating – 8/10