Thursday, 21 May 2015

How to make Curried Rice

Eating white rice could be quite monotonous and sometimes boring. To jazz up white rice, i sometimes add curry powder to improve the taste as well as give it a visual appeal. When prepared with stock and stir fried with vegetables then you've got fried rice. When paired with chicken stew, veggie chicken gravy or even beef and potato soup, it takes the flavor overboard. Here's a quick tutorial on how to make curried rice.

How to make curried rice
• Prep Time:
   5 mins
• Cook Time: 15 mins
• Total Time:  20 mins

Ingredients:::
• 1 cup white rice - parboiled
• 1 tablespoon curry powder
• Salt to taste
• 3 cups water

Directions:::
In a small pot, place the parboiled rice, curry powder, salt and just enough water to cover the rice in the pot. Cook until all the water is absorbed for about 15 minutes.

Serve with stew or curry sauce(veggie chicken gravy)!



curried rice served with beef potato soup
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• Veggie Chicken gravy


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17 comments:

  1. Hello Dobby, your presentation always looks so perfect. I'm curious about the amount of water you use to boil your rice. I usually go 2:1 (water to rice) and boil for 15 minutes on a medium flame. It comes out well like so. Your ratio as per the recipe above is 3:1 I'm pretty sure my rice would be a little moist if I used your ratio. What are your thoughts regarding my concern?

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    1. Thanks for the compliments mr adela :). For some types of rice, the 2:1 ratio would go well but for others, you might have to add some more water to get perfectly cooked rice. in conclusion, it all boils down to the type of rice being cooked.

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  2. Wow! You mean no seasoning is added to the rice? Like maggi and other sorts?

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    1. no seasoning at all miss Blackie.

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  3. Anonymous6:56 pm

    Lazy man food must be tasteless

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    1. Don't you like rice?

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  4. thanks Dobstar buh i'll pass on this one

    READ if l were a boy

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  5. Dobby thanks a lot for the recipe. I love your presentation and all your recipes I 've tried has made me a better cook even to my friends. Am really proud of myself but kudos to u

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    1. You're welcome ella.

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  6. Abimbola8:05 am

    Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge with us.makes cooking a pleasure a‎nd i love your recipes.

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    1. You're welcome abimbola. Glad to have you here :)

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  7. dobby ..your presentations and food techniques are amazing...and your ideas are just tha BOMB!!!!.. you really should start making youtube videos of your foods...... keep up the good work...

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    1. Thanks Tifemide. I've got a few youtube videos up already, would definitely make more :)

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  8. Anonymous12:29 pm

    Pls what brand of curry do u use?

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    1. Any powdered curry would do just fine Anon.

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  9. Dobby, u r good, keep it up.

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