This is super delicious in addition to it is something dissimilar. The flavors inward this are probably something yous don’t have ofttimes.
I have been obsessed alongside making rice and quinoa dishes latterly.
I dear the texture in this dish with the peas, crunchy cashews, and chocolate-brown rice. The addition of kale is awesome inward this likewise together with its a keen mode to get your greens in.
I beginning had a dish similar to this at a friend’sec New Years party, together with adapted it loosely off of this recipe
i one/ii c. dark-brown basmati rice (I use Trader Joe’sec)
3 iii/four c. H2O
ane/2 tsp. turmeric
1/2 tsp. garam masala
one/iv tsp. earth coriander
1/2 tsp. onion pulverisation
1/2 medium xanthous onion, chopped
two cloves garlic, finely chopped
three c. infant kale or spinach, chopped
i/iv c. chopped cilantro
ii c. frozen peas, thawed
i c. roasted chopped cashews, coarsely chopped
table salt as well as pepper to gustation
Begin by bringing H2O to a boil inward a medium saucepan. Once it boils, add together the turmeric, garam masala, earth coriander, onion pulverization, together with pinch of salt. Reduce to a simmer as well as comprehend tightly.
In a larger saucepan with a hat, estrus ii T. olive oil. Add the chopped onion together with garlic, and saute until golden for four-5 minutes. Then, add together the rice and sauté for nearly 2-3 minutes, stirring, until rice becomes fragrant and a scrap toasted.
Next, carefully pour the simmering H2O into the pan containing the rice and stir. Cover.
Simmer the rice for 30-forty minutes or until the H2O has been absorbed past the rice and the rice is tender. Don’t peek! Add the peas inwards the final dyad minutes of cooking.
Once finished, take away the pan from the rut and exit it alongside the hat cracked for five minutes close to.
Finally, bend inward the cashews, chopped infant kale or spinach together with chopped fresh cilantro. Stir to combine and garnish amongst more than chopped cilantro. Serve!
So pretty! I beloved the color the turmeric gives the rice.