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chewytikka
February 22, 2015, 05:26:19 PM by chewytikka
Views: 595 | Comments: 16

Chewy's Jhal Frezi  2015

After cooking quite a few Baltis lately, I thought I’d do a spicy Jhal Frezi and even spike/smoke it up
by serving it Restaurant style in a fired Karahi.

The Chicken pieces were stripped from an Oven Roasted Chicken






My old video recipe, is still a good guide for this dish



My Cooking Method
Jhal Frezi is basically a fry up! If you look at the video the first 4 minutes are all about
combining the ingredients in succession, stir frying and working the mass in the oil.

Because its a old 'sticky' Ali pan, everything is sticking, singeing and
caramelising, plus creating and building up flavour.

Then I add the gravy, which is thin and watery and has the effect of deglazing
and washing the pan clean again, infusing all that burnt goodness into the gravy.

My Jhal Frezi Ingredients (updated)
3 Tbsp Veg oil
1Tsp Ginger and Garlic Paste
Handful of par cooked onions and peppers
1Tsp Mix powder
0.5 Tsp Chilli powder
2 Tbsp dilute Tomato puree
1Tsp Minced Green chilli and Coriander.
2 Tsps Red Masala mix
Pre-cooked chicken pieces
A pinch of salt
A few Cherry Tomatoes
1 portion of curry base
3 Fresh Green Chillis (sliced)
Fresh Coriander to finish
Cook on medium high heat for a 3-4 minutes

My Red Masala Mix (updated)

150ml Cheap Low Fat Yogurt
2 tsps Tandoori Paste
1 tsp Tikka Paste
1 tsp Kashmiri Masala Paste
1 tsp Mixed Powder
1 tsp G&G paste
1 tbsp Mustard Oil
1 tsp Red food colour (Natural Cochineal)

My Mixed powder (updated)
3 tsp Mild Madras Curry Powder
2 tsp Turmeric Powder
2 tsp Coriander Powder
1 tsp Cumin Powder
1 tsp Paprika Powder
1 tsp Garam Masala

My Minced Green Chillies
Blend Fresh Green Chillies with Coriander Leaf/Stalks, Vegetable Oil and a Pinch of Salt.

cheers Chewy
LouP
February 22, 2015, 11:27:57 AM by LouP
Views: 226 | Comments: 13

Hi,
I was going to make SoberRats Dhansak last night but had a takeaway instead so I have just whipped up this little beauty for later.
It's SoberRats recipe http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php/topic,13673.0.html but I had no pineapple or Shakker so I just left them out. Everything else was the same.







It is really tasty. Has a nice earthiness from the lentils and is a perfect winter curry. I wouldn't have with rice, just a garlic naan and salad. Great recipe SoberRat :)
SoberRat
February 22, 2015, 10:25:19 AM by SoberRat
Views: 74 | Comments: 3

After discussing ingredients of my recently made Chicken Dhansak I had another attack of curry craving. I discovered that the only base I had left in the freezer was an old base that I had slightly burnt, enough for 2 curries. Anyway, I cooked up a chicken tikka bhuna type thing and a korma type dish for the wife. The korma was very nice but it is a recipe that I am playing around with a bit that is less sweet than normal and the bhuna curry was nice and spicy, using an assortment of chillies that I needed to use up. 
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