|Rice Pilaf with Goan Chicken Curry|
Hai Friends Hope you all enjoying ur weekends..Today I am in a mood of baking cookies,so I have planned to bake Oreo Chocolate Chip cookies and M&M Cookies..Very Tempting Right..I will let you know how it turned out..Coming back to Blogging Marathan..BM Group 1 came to an end..From today onwards I am gonna do BM Group 2 the theme is “Cooking from a Cookbook”...Before going to the recipe I like to show you my cookbook collections..I have recently started collecting cookbook and I have quite a few cookbooks(Click this)..
Now coming back to todays recipe..This is a simple quick pilaf..It is a very flavourful rice preparation..This recipe is modified from “Anjum Anand’s I Love Curry” Cookbook..You could buy this book from here or here..
Basmati rice-1 cup
Cinnamon / Pattai-1 inch piece
Cloves / Krambu-4
Cardamom / Yelakai-4
Bay leaves / Brinji ilai-1
Salt to taste
Coriander leaves / Cilantro for garnishing
Wash rice in lots of water and soak it for 30 min.Drain and set aside.
In a thick bottom pan add ghee and heat it up.
Add in cloves,cardamom,bay leaf,pepper,cinnamon and fry for 30 sec.
Throw in onions and cook till golden.
Add in the rice and fry for 2 min.
Pour in 2 cups of water and bring that to boil.Once it started boiling cover it with a tight fitting lid and let it cook on a very low flame for 10-15 mins.
Once it has absorbed all the water,fluff it with a fork and let it stand for 10 min covered.
Throw in lots of coriander and mix well.
Serve hot with any curry..
|I made this dish from this book...I love this lady|
|Grab your ingrediants|
|Crackle whole spices in ghee|
|add in onions|
|cook till golden brown|
|add in soaked rice|
|pour in water|
|bring to a good boil|
|yummy looking dish|
|Perfect grains of rice|
|DIG IN STRAIGHT AWAY|