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British Indian Restaurant (BIR) style curries have a large and enthusiastic following across the UK as curry lovers aim to reproduce their favourite restaurant dishes at home.
This is a great style of curry cookery and you can get some great results, but you usually need some preparation before hand to make some of the ingredients such as curry base sauce.
This Chicken Jalfrezi with a twist comes from Guest Chef Syed Ahmed who shares his version of the ever popular recipe, this time with chicken drumsticks.
Using some popular ingredients from companies such as Pataks, don’t be overwhelmed by the long ingredient list, watch his video and you will see that this recipe is one all of you should be able to follow and enjoy.
Our guest chef recipe today is from Shah Malek who is the chef director of Rivaaz Lymington and Thali Ho Indian Kitchen.
He describes this dish as “a classic and delicious Indian restaurant curry. The madras in my opinion is the most underrated curry on the menu, however, it’s full of flavour and is always my personal “go to” comfort curry. It’s packed with flavour and that slight citrus burst from the lemon juice just finishes it off beautifully. “