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Sade chawal

Sade chawal

Sade chawal

PT35M

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1
Measure the raw rice in a measuring jug. This will determine how much water is needed, as the amount of water required is double the liquid measure of rice
  • 490g of basmati rice
2
Wash the rice 2 or 3 times in cold water, drain and set aside
3
Put 1 litre of boiling water in a deep saucepan and bring back to the boil
4
Once boiling, add the drained rice, stir gently, and add the oil. Cover with a lid and leave to simmer for 15 minutes
  • oil
5
Remove the saucepan from the flame, open the lid and leave aside for a further 10 minutes
6
Turn the rice over from the edges using a flat wooden spoon and transfer to a serving bowl

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Sade chawal (Basmati rice)

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