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BAKED RICE


hmmmm.........party over "oh my GOD what will i do with this leftover food nobody will eat it tomorrow this will simply waste"these are the words of most of you after a wonderful party...but..don't worry! try these recipes and make simply a good nutritious and totally new recipe out of the leftover's and food lovers your comments and suggestions are always welcome.............

mouth watering layered rice 

Vegetable Rice


Ingredients:-

cooked rice.....................3 cups
mix vegetable.................2 cups(or any other dry cooked vegetable like mutter paneer etc)
dry cooked chana or chickpeas................1 cup
chopped onion ...........................1 cup
chopped tomatoes........................1/2 cup
chopped green chilly......................2
chopped coriander........................3 tbsp
cheese grated................................1 cup
chat masala ....................................1 tsp
ghee..................................................2 tbsp
grounded garam masala.................1 tsp
cumin seeds ...................................................1 tsp
milk ......................................................1 tbsp
saffron..................................................few strings

To assemble:-
  • take a square bake dish 
  • put ghee and jeera and micro for 1 min or till crackle
  • now spread mix veg in first layer
  • then rice layer
  • top of rice layer put mix of onion tomatoes green chilly coriander and grated cheese we have to use this mix in two layers so leave little for next layer
  • now again put rice layer and then cooked chana layer
  • lastly one more rice and then cheese onion layer 
  • bake this in preheated oven(200oC) or in micro convection mode for at least 7 to 8 min or till cheese melts serve hot with yogurt 


Comments

mukund said…
this idea is gr8 relay like this post some more exiting recipes of this kind.....
Anonymous said…
AMAZING! specially for college people like us.. easy to cook

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