“Iain had mulligatawny soup followed by chicken jalfrezi, which is actually a Pakistani dish, but we're all friends here.”
“One point I notice whenever I eat a jalfrezi is the crunchiness of the veggies.”
“The jalfrezi is a scrumptious curry that originates from the ancient Mogul era of India.”
“I always have a jalfrezi, which is chicken, tomatoes, onions and green chilies, and a few other spices.”
“Winematcher/Fiona – so are you giving a thumbs up to Zin and jalfrezi?”
“But even those daredevils who end up progressing to jalfrezi, madras or, dare I say, the Indian pudding menu, have to start somewhere.”
“Tikka masala, long vaunted as Britain's favourite curry, has come eighth in a poll, which was topped by the far hotter jalfrezi.”
“As she tucked into the egg curry and chicken jalfrezi, friends and Bridget's relatives flocked to tell her how happy they were to see her.”
“Marks & Spencer's Stuart Rose: 'I'm like a £3.49 chicken jalfrezi!”
“As M&S turns 125, its boss Stuart Rose celebrates going green, girl power and chicken jalfrezi ready meals.”
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Culinary terms from Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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