Pakistani recipes & cooking
Pakistani recipes & cooking
Login: Username: Password:   or  Register for FREE
 Recommend PakiRecipes FREE Registration - Register Now 1217 Recipes | 95 Videos | 42 Meals | 89 Tips & Tricks | 33 Articles   
Recipes Home » Poultry

Chicken Jalfarezi

Add to FavoritesFavorite

 
Statistics
Number of Votes 11
Number of times Viewed 45207
Comments 19
Rating 3.5/5.0
 
Occasion: Any   Total servings: 9
Cuisine: Pakistani   Calories:
Effort: Average   Pre-Prep time:
Best for: All   Preperation time: 30 min
How to serve: Hot    

Chicken Jalfarezi recipe by Komal Baji at PakiRecipes.com.
Chicken curry with fresh tomato, butter and a blend of spices. Recipe that you will love to cook due to its easy way.


Ingredients
3 lb. ChickenClick to find more about Chicken breastboneless
8 oz Green Pepper
8 oz TomatoClick to find more about Tomato
8 oz OnionClick to find more about Onion (RedLarge)
1 t Cumin Seed
10 GarlicClick to find more about Garlic cloves
2 oz GingerClick to find more about Ginger root
2 oz Green Chili pepper
2 t SaltClick to find more about Salt
1 t. Red Chili powder
t TurmericClick to find more about Turmeric Powder
8 oz Butter solids
bunch...... Cilantro


Preparation
Gather all ingredients
Cut chickenClick to find more about chicken in to 2 x inch pieces.
Dice 6 oz tomatoes, 6 oz onions & all green peppers into 1" pieces.
Melt butter in a wok (or hotel pan or other thin utensil)
Finely cut 2 oz onions.
Finely dice garlicClick to find more about garlic cloves and make a paste.
Add chickenClick to find more about chicken pieces, finely cut onions, cumin seedsClick to find more about cumin seeds, saltClick to find more about salt & garlicClick to find more about garlic to butter and mix well
Cover and let the chickenClick to find more about chicken steam at medium heat. Stir occasionally.
Finely chop remaining 2oz tomatoes.
Cut gingerClick to find more about ginger into julienne.
Wash cilantro and separate leaves from stem.
Remove cover. Add red chilies, turmericClick to find more about turmeric powder, green chilies & finely chopped tomatoes.
Mix well and let the chickenClick to find more about chicken cook in this mixture at medium heat until almost all water has evaporated.
Add julienne garlicClick to find more about garlic when half the water has evaporated.
Add diced green peppers, onions & tomatoes and mix.
Turn off heat and add cilantro. Cover.
Keep the cover in place for at least 5 minutes.

****** Makes 9 servings of 5 oz. each*****



Comments & Reviews

Your Name:
Receive Updates:
Rating:
Comment:
Copy Code:
 

There are 19 comment(s) for this recipe.
by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
Good one, for the people complaining u need to have a little brain to understand this. Or otherwise send ur own

Mon Apr 23, 2012

by Anonymous No Rating
It is so confusion this recipe. Which is not organize how to add ingredients

Sun Feb 20, 2011

by Anonymous No Rating
the only prob i have is that i dont know when to put what....but inshaAllah will try and make it today...plus if anyone wants to make it spicier u just add more chillies..not everyone likes it hot! so well done and thanks for taking time puting ur recipe here...

Mon Jan 31, 2011

by K 5/5 Stars
Looks delicious! And, thank you for having the recipes in English!! I can't read Urdu and I really want to learn how to make Pakistani food!! Thank you and keep up the great work!!

Sat Jan 15, 2011

by Anonymous 4/5 Stars
looks very delicious

Thu Dec 30, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
sounds really good , im going to make this for my husband

Sun Aug 22, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
salam & ramazan mubarak. yes offcourse it is a very tasty dish coz i eat it in a hotel and i also want 2 cook it in home but plzzzzzzz i request u that write it also in urdu too every 1 dont know english . thanks.............. with regards.

Sun Aug 15, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
With all due respect , why is every one so insecure? how many Americans or Britishers have u seen doing any effort speaking our language, let alone writing it so what if some one's English is not good.its not suppose to be. the point of this blog is to describe the recipe. Maybe one of you who has better english and a lil more brain would have realized and posted in a lil better and more composed manner but that's unnecessary. I dint find the recipe confusing at all. what confused me and saddened me was that nobody had the courtesy to request and urdu or roman urdu version but everyone decided to criticize on the English grammar. Dunya bhar may pakistani is hi liay zaleel kiay ja rahay hayn k wo apnon k oper tanz kartay hayn aur angreezon say impress rehtay hayn and than we wonder why we r where we r The funny thing is that everyone who wrote comments on the writer's English has spelling mistakes themselves!! specially nimtim (please check your grammer) better yet just paste your comments on ms word and you will know what i m talking about and a bunch of other anonymous bloggers below. I find the dish quite a refreshing change from the curries i have been making so kudos for posting here

Mon Apr 26, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
With all due respect , why is every one so insecure? how many Americans or Britishers have u seen doing any effort speaking our language, let alone writing it so what if some one's English is not good.its not suppose to be. the point of this blog is to describe the recipe. Maybe one of you who has better english and a lil more brain would have realized and posted in a lil better and more composed manner but that's unnecessary. I dint find the recipe confusing at all. what confused me and saddened me was that nobody had the courtesy to request and urdu or roman urdu version but everyone decided to criticize on the English grammar. Dunya bhar may pakistani is hi liay zaleel kiay ja rahay hayn k wo apnon k oper tanz kartay hayn aur angreezon say impress rehtay hayn and than we wonder why we r where we r The funny thing is that everyone who wrote comments on the writer's English has spelling mistakes themselves!! specially nimtim (please check your grammer) better yet just paste your comments on ms word and you will know what i m talking about and a bunch of other anonymous bloggers below. I find the dish quite a refreshing change from the curries i have been making so kudos for posting here

Mon Apr 26, 2010

by Anonymous 5/5 Stars
not bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fri Feb 26, 2010

by HINA 5/5 Stars
THIS RECIPE IS SO SO ;NOT VERY IMPRESSIVE

Mon Jan 25, 2010

by Anonymous No Rating
your recipie is not bad. you need to add salt and you can even add Tish Masala, i added them both and that made the recepie good. please add tish masala and salt your recipie will burst with more flavor! also you could make it a bit spiceier. Thank you hope you add my tips to your recipie, it was good.

Tue Dec 29, 2009

by aida No Rating
i would like to try but seem so confusing . i agree that it should be rewritten plain and simple . i have eaten this stuff before and like it .

Tue Nov 17, 2009

by Anonymous 1/5 Star
OMG VERY BAD TAKE ENGLISH CLASSES YOU REPEAT WORDS MAKE EASIER!

Sun Oct 18, 2009

by mjrox 5/5 Stars
it is very good but i don't get it very confusing so plz remake the recipe it was made it 2000 10 years ago believe it or not! anywayzz plz make easier

Sun Oct 18, 2009

by nimtim No Rating
sounds like a good recipe but i cud make neither heads or tails of it thanks to the confusing way in which its written. kinldy rewrite it and seperate teh ingredients and instructions

Thu Jun 18, 2009

by kanika 5/5 Stars
IT is very tasty thanks

Wed Jun 17, 2009

by nido 5/5 Stars
ye bohot easy dish hi but very tasty weldone

Fri Jun 12, 2009

by Flower No Rating
kindly write this recipe again becuase i am very confuse please write with easy words.

Mon May 18, 2009


Link to this recipe:

 


  Chicken Jalfarezi at PakiRecipes.com
 

Related Recipes Related Videos  

Categories
Recipes:
» Appetizer (161)» Beans (33)» Beef (103)
» Beverages (61)» Bread (34)» Chutney (49)
» Dessert (193)» Mutton (67)» Poultry (229)
» Rice (75)» Salads (41)» Seafood (60)
» Soups (13)» Vegetable (103)
Videos:
» Appetizer (30)» Beans (6)» Beef (6)
» Beverages (3)» Bread (7)» Chutney (4)
» Dessert (10)» Mutton (2)» Poultry (10)
» Rice (7)» Salads (1)» Seafood (4)
» Soups (1)» Vegetable (12)
Meals:
» Eid Special (11)» Iftar (15)» Sehri (14)
Tips/Tricks:
» Beauty (2)» Cooking (24)» Gardening (0)
» Health (12)» Household (2)» Kitchen (49)
 
On The Internet
eXTReMe Tracker
Add to Google RSS Feed
Food Sites Catalog Recipes Cooking Sites Network - Ranking the top cooking sites
HotRanks :: Ranking the hottest sites
Copyright © 2000-2015 PakiRecipes.com. [Ver. 3.0] All rights reserved. Powered by phpBB © phpBB Group. Site designed & maintained by NawedKhan at eNKay Solutions