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Chicken Jalfrezi
I made this for the same meal I made the "Pakistani Spicy Chickpeas" recipe from this site and it came out delicious! I did change it a little bit: I used a processor for the onions Cayenne Pepper Powder instead of the chili powder Dried Cilantro leaves instead of fresh The only thing I did wrong was add too much cilantro (turned more green than tomato red) - won't be a mistake I'll be making next time. And yes this is one dish I'll be making again. My hubby loved it! I served this with Persian rice, the Pakistani Chickpeas, and a Persian version of the Naan bread (called Sangak).

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Reviewed On: Aug. 8, 2012
Pakistani Spicy Chickpeas
These are the changes I made: 1can Diced Tomatoes (instead of fresh) Black Pepper and Lemon Juice (instead of lemon pepper) Ground Cumin (instead of cumin seeds) Cayenne Pepper (instead of chili powder) It came out amazing! I'm fasting for Ramadan and I've never made this before so I took a chance. Turns out this is something I will definitely be making in the near future. It didn't come out at spicy as I thought it would be since I was stingy on the cayenne pepper powder. (My hubby LOVES spicy and I can't eat it if it burns all my taste buds off; I figured if it didn't pack enough heat for him, he could just add hot sauce). In the end I have to give this 5 stars. It was easy to make and came out delicious. =) Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 8, 2012

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