Northeast Cuisine

Pilaf, grab mutton rice

Note that this is not a hand-held meal in Xinjiang. Its definitely not Xinjiang. PILAF is made in Lagotinis frying pan, and Rosas red frying pan is evaluated to conduct heat evenly. Because its so beautiful, if you put it on the table directly after youve finished it, it should be a good-looking container. Of course, its good use is that the heat conduction is uniform and not stained when stewing. A grain of fragrant rice is so loosely arranged in the pot, each grain is full, water is even, shake is good-looking. Do you have saliva? Come to the pot.

Food Material List

  • 1 Bashmadi rice 2 cups
  • 2 Lamb chops 150g
  • 3 Pine nut Appropriate amount
  • 4 Cashew Appropriate amount
  • 5 onion Half a piece
  • 6 Quail egg 5 grains
  • 7 Black olive Five or six grains
  • 8 Mint and coriander leaves Appropriate amount
  • 9 Turmeric powder 1 scoops
  • 10 Curry powder One scoop
  • 11 salt Appropriate amount
  • 12 Cumin Appropriate amount
  • 13 Green Chinese onion A section
  • 14 Ginger slices 2 tablets
  • 15 fennel Appropriate amount
  • 16 Fragrant leaf 1 tablets
  • 17 Cooking wine Appropriate amount

Operational steps

  • 1 Cut lamb chops into pieces and soak in cold water for two hours. Put them in a voltage cooker and add water without lamb. Add onion, fennel, spicy leaves, cumin, salt, cooking wine and ginger slices. Pressure cooker for 15 minutes.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 2 Put a needle in the buttock of quails eggs. Put the eggs in boiling water for 3 minutes and immediately remove the cold water.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 3 Wash and drain the bashmadi fragrant rice. The proportion of filtered mutton broth to rice is 1:1.2, rice is 1, and broth is 1.2. (Bashmadi rice is the staple food in India and Pakistan. The cooked rice is relatively loose, and it is the main rice used in India, such as hand-grabbed rice and fried rice. Usually supermarkets are difficult to buy, you can Taobao. It can also be replaced by Thai rice or Northeast long grain fragrance, but cooked rice will not be so loose and loose.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 4 Hot pot, add a small amount of olive oil to heat slightly (first heat the pot, then pour oil, stir-fry, fry, fry basically not stained)
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 5 Stir-fry onions until fragrant
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 6 Stir-fry the nuts together
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 7 Add turmeric powder and curry powder and stir slightly. Be careful not to stir-fry for too long. Its easy to paste and has bitter taste.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 8 Add the dried rice to the mix. Let the spices evenly wrap around the rice grains.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 9 Add broth and season with a little salt. Add black olives together. When you see the soup bubbling, turn to a light fire immediately.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 10 Cook over low heat for 10 minutes. Turn off the heat. Do not open the lid. Continue to simmer for 10 minutes.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 11 After 10 minutes, open the lid and add mutton and quail eggs. Turn it over a little. Before eating, add a small amount of coriander and mint leaves to decorate and emit the peculiar aroma of mint and coriander. (At this time, when you mix rice, you will find that the pot is basically non-sticky, and the bottom is not due to the small heat concentrated in the pot to heat the middle of the paste, the edge is not ripe phenomenon.)
    Pilaf, grab mutton
  • 12 Although it is similar to hand-grabbed rice in Xinjiang, it is essentially different. This one is more Indian and Arabic.
    Pilaf, grab mutton
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    Pilaf, grab mutton

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