Steamed Rice

Rajma & Chawal - ICSAromatic Steamed Basmati Rice. Completes the curry dishes.

Preparation Time 5 minutes
Cooking Time 15-20 minutes
Servings 4
Main Ingredients Basmati Rice
Course Main Course Rice
Level Of Cooking Medium

Ingredients                                                                  

  • Basmati Rice (long grains) 1 1/2 cups
  • Black Cardamom  1
  • Green Cardamom  1
  • Refined Cooking Oil  1 tablespoon
  • Salt  1 teaspoon

Method

Step 1
Wash rice well in a pot under flowing water. (I remember many years back we used to get loose rice in grocery shops and had to come back home and clean it before washing. So, if you are taking loose rice, make sure to clean it well before washing. The packaged basmati rice which we get these days mostly has clean grains which saves the cleaning time.) Keep aside for 5 minutes.

Step 2 Steamed Rice while cooking - Indian Curry Shack
Boil rice with 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of cooking oil, 1 black and 1 green cardamom. Keep stirring the rice at intervals so that it gets uniformly cooked. Depending on the brand/type of rice it takes less or more time to get cooked. After 10 mins., get a few grains in a spoon and press with your finger to check if it’s well cooked or not. Cook till each grain is distinct and not mushy.

Steamed Rice - Indian Curry ShackStep 3
Drain the rice well and keep aside without the lid on for 4-5 minutes (this step allows the redistribution of moisture for a uniform texture of the rice). Your aromatic steamed rice is ready to be served with your desired curry. The one in the picture above is Rajma (Red Kidney Beans Curry). Rajma with Steamed Rice is a very popular delicacy in India. Mostly a weekend special in most North Indian homes.

Happy Weekend!

 

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  17. Back to basics! So very important 😀

     
  18. Basic recipe but very imp to learn how to make streamed rice…it goes with every thing in Indian food

     
  19. Would be perfect with prawn curry 😊

     
  20. Pingback: Rajma (Red Kidney Beans Curry) – Shack Saturdays Special | Indian Curry Shack

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