The first time I experienced Indian or Thai food I was in my fifties! It was love at first bite. I love the amazing aroma as the food is cooking, the interesting combination of sweet and savory spices, and the nutritional profile.
Curry contains Turmeric, a powerful anti-inflammatory. Anyone with chronic inflammation should learn to eat curry dishes.
This is a quick and easy dish if you purchase the organic Seeds of Change Jalfrezi sauce. My mouth is watering! I actually discovered this sauce by looking in the mark down bin at the grocery store…thought I’d give it a try and I wasn’t disappointed.
Make it Alkaline
Make this Chicken Jalfrezi an alkaline dish by adding some raw veggies such as peppers, tomatoes or carrots to the chicken and sauce AFTER it is cooked, yep, just drop thin sliced veggies in for a nice crunchy addition.
Serve Chicken Jalfrezi alongside a scoop of organic brown rice or saffron rice and the Thai Cabbage salad included with this recipe.
Add coconut milk and it your Chicken Jalfrezi becomes a creamy Thai style curry.
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Comfort food at it's best. The turmeric in this dish will help to eliminate inflammation and joint pain!