• Safrane Rice In A New Style


    Photo Credit: Myself

    This Safrane Rice I have named it like this only because I have brought some changes in the original recipe. I have combined Mauritian, Indian and Thai cuisine in it. We always used to eat Safrane Rice which was originated from India but this time I wanted to transform it into a new one by adding different spices. Everyone at home enjoyed eating it along with a red sauce curry or tandoori chicken.

    So, if you are looking for a new recipe, then try this one. I am sure you will love it too.

    Homemade Safrane Rice In A New Style


    Royal Albert Canada

    500 g Basmati Rice
    1 small green Pepper cut into cubes
    2 big Carrots cut into cubes
    1/2 cup of Peas
    1/2 cup of Corn
    1 tbs Thai Hot Chilli Sauce
    1 Onion sliced
    5 Curry Leaves
    1 tsp of Turmeric Powder
    1 tsp of Cumin Powder
    1 tsp of Garlic paste
    1 tsp of Pepper Powder
    1/4 cup of Almond sliced
    1 tbs of Ghee (Clarified Butter)
    Salt to taste


    ~ Wash the rice and cook it in a rice cooker by adding the turmeric, salt and cumin powder.

    ~ When the rice is cooked, leave it aside to cool down.

    ~ In a wok, add the ghee, onion, curry leaves and garlic paste and leave to fry till the onion turns into golden brown colour.

    ~ Now, add the green pepper, carrots, corn, peas, pepper powder, almond, Thai Hot Chilli Sauce and salt and stir fry them.

    ~ Lower the heat and add the rice.

    ~ Stir continuously for about 4 to 5 minutes.

    You can also decorate it with chopped Spring Onions and Coriander leaves.

    Serve in plates along with any other curry or chutney.

    Royal Doulton Canada