Well it's the New Year which means that we have a new year of cooking together and i'm excited! I hope you have all had a restful time over the last few weeks and are ready to jump into 2019 with both feet. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful cooking pictures over the break, I have loved seeing what you have been up to.
So it's Monday which means it's time for #RecipeOfTheWeek - I have decided to go with a Jalfrezi as it's simple and tasty but one you can easily adapt to be Vegetarian or Vegan if you are starting the new year being more aware of what you eat. It's also about getting lots of veg into your diet so this one is great.
For a Vegan option just miss out the yoghurt and you can add some big mushrooms or aubergine rather than then chicken.
Oh and I have come up with a new name for your guys - #HarisCurryCrew - what do you think?
If you are new to the app give me a shout out (@harighotra) in the comments below so I can say hi.
Have a great week and I am hoping to see some pictures of the Jalfrezi dishes you cook.

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traceyross
almost 2 years

Bhuna in the slow cooker is lovely @Sue Geen I’ve made it a few times💞 Love the #hariscurrycrew will be making Jalfrezi this weekend @Hari Ghotra

Gmuflahi
almost 2 years

@suegreen Haris Bhuna slow cooker recipe is fab. Highly recommend

ainsley.allmark
almost 2 years

Good to be here, looking forward to the yummy food.

sgeist
almost 2 years

That sounds delicious! After a quick look through my cupboards and your chicken recipes, I'm going to try Chettinad chicken this evening. I have the day off, the sun has shown itself (we've had so much rain lately), so a trip to Southern India seems like the right thing to do!

mark cottington
almost 2 years

Love the name

joncrewgee
almost 2 years

Can’t wait 😊 feels like forever since I last eat curry 🤤

Jo dunn
almost 2 years

Malabar Prawns are very different colours and flavours @Sue Geen 👌💕

Sue Geen
almost 2 years

mmm, thanks for that @Hari Ghotra . I guess I could cook the starters and lamb Bhuna the day before, and the chutneys, leaving the prawns and chicken for the day of eating. I'll also check out the lamb Bhuna slow cooker option.

Hari Ghotra
almost 2 years

Hi @Colin B. Good to have you on board - looking forward to pictures!

Hari Ghotra
almost 2 years

Hi @Sue Geen sounds really good but for one of the starters maybe some tandoori chicken bites? Lamb Bhuna, Tamarind prawns and chicken biryani then you don’t need to do a separate rice dish?

Sue Geen
almost 2 years

I'm planning a dinner party for early Feb, so will be keeping a lookout for recipe ideas. haven't done jalfrezi for a while, so might include that. I want 3 mains, 3 sides. I'm currently thinking of khumb masala, moong Masoor di dhal, cumin green beans as sides. #HarisCurryCrew . I'm also going to do veg pakora, samosa and potato bhajee for starters, with imlee, mint chutney, ginger chutney and yoghurt dips. I was wondering about lamb Bhuna, and perhaps a prawn dish. I don't want the mains to be too samey though, not all tomato-ey sauces, if you follow me! 🤔 @Hari Ghotra

andrewsherman
almost 2 years

Makhani even 😮

موبيوس ديكوس
almost 2 years

good recipe for today

Colin B.
almost 2 years

Hi I am definitely going to try the jalfrezi.

Jo dunn
almost 2 years

@Hari Ghotra

Jo dunn
almost 2 years

Jalfrezi! Yay! LOVE it! Thank you Hari. What a great idea. I'll be making this, I like the sound of aubergine and mushrooms for a change👍💕#HarisCurryCrew No.1 Fan x