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Baked Rice With Green Curry

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Baked Rice With Green Curry recipe by Nazia Nazar at PakiRecipes.com.
Quick and easy to prepare, you can toss in anything that suites your tastes.


Keywords: vegetable curry, curry rice, green rice

Ingredients
For The Rice :
1 1/2 teacups uncooked rice
1/2 teaspoon shahjira( kala zeeraClick to find more about zeera)
2 sticks cinnamonClick to find more about cinnamon
2 cloves
2 tablespoons gheeClick to find more about ghee
saltClick to find more about salt to taste

For The Curry :
1 teacup boiled green peasClick to find more about green peas
2 cardamoms
150 grams paneer, cut into small pieces
3/4 teacup fresh curds
1/2 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons gheeClick to find more about ghee
saltClick to find more about salt to taste


To Be Ground Into A Paste (For The Curry) :
1 teacup chopped coriander
7 green chillies
1 onionClick to find more about onion
4 cloves garlicClick to find more about garlic
25 mm piece gingerClick to find more about ginger
1 tablespoon fresh mintClick to find more about mint
1 tablespoon poppy seedsClick to find more about poppy seeds (khuskhus)
1/2 lemon juice

For Baking :
1 tablespoon gheeClick to find more about ghee
For Decoration :
boiled green peasClick to find more about green peas
potatoClick to find more about potato salis(thin potatoClick to find more about potato strips).


Preparation
Boil the rice. Each grain of the cooked rice should be separate. Drain and cool.
Heat the gheeClick to find more about ghee, add the shahjira , cinnamonClick to find more about cinnamon and cloves and fry until they begin to crackle.
Add the rice and saltClick to find more about salt.

For The Curry :
Heat the gheeClick to find more about ghee, add the paste and cardamoms and fry for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat.
Add the green peasClick to find more about green peas, paneer, curds, sugar and saltClick to find more about salt and mix well.

How To Proceed :
Put 1 tablepsoon of gheeClick to find more about ghee at the bottom of a large baking bowl.
Makes layers by spreading 1/3 of the rice, then spreading 1/2 of the curry.
Next spreading a further 1/3 of the rice and finally spreading remaining curry and rice.
Cover and bake in a hot oven at 230 degree C (450 degree F) for 20 minutes.

How To Serve :
Just before serving, turn upside down on a big serving plate.
Surround with green peasClick to find more about green peas and sprinkle potatoClick to find more about potato salis on the top and sides.



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