We invited a couple of good friends above two weeks back, but forgot that it was Ramadan. For those of you who are not from Kuwait, this suggests no eating places will produce foods right up until soon after 3 PM.
So time to determine out what to make! Just one of our good friends only eats fish so I had to determine out a dish that he would also be able to love. As I looked via my freezer I had some cut parts of fish and had an strategy of a fish biriyani. A biryani is a combined rice dish with spiced hen, fish, or mutton added to it. My beloved is Mutton Biriyani. I love feeding on that spicy mutton that has been slow cooked in the gravy and then layered onto the rice. Just describing this is generating my mouth water! I have been wondering of generating this for a while, but then often passed up on the strategy for the reason that a biriyani seems scary. Given that we had some time and also the good friends that have been coming have been of the forgiving sort if the foods didn’t style properly, I believed I’d give it a consider!
I started searching up diverse recipes, and observed a single via the website Kurry Leaves.
I rather a great deal did what the actions requested, but I applied about 5 sliced onions, one head of garlic , ginger that was around 3 inches very long, and 2 tomatoes. Also I added much more spices considering that I had much more onions and applied around 12 sliced fish parts. Given that I had a even bigger onion masala combination, I also finished up working with one total can of coconut milk. I added the fish and lined it with the onion combination.
Then I took my rice that was previously ready and cooled and put half of the rice at the bottom of a Pyrex casserole dish (I consider it was the 3 quart dimension), Included the fish with masala, some chopped mint and cilantro leaves, and a very little little bit of melted butter. Then I topped it off with the remaining rice, added some much more mint and cilantro leaves and finished it off with some much more melted butter. I lined this with foil and baked it at 350°F for twenty minutes. I did not add any of the nuts, raisins or close friend onions for the reason that I’m not a fan of that, but if you would like you can add that!
You can provide this with some raita (yogurt salad), papadum, and some spicy pickle if you like!