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Curry Leaves Rice

Rice Again? Of course. Rice always and forever being our main staple food stealer (Kampung Fried Rice, Chinese Fried Rice & Lamb Fried Rice). I think I have told you before? How much we simply adore rice (Rice Congee) until if I don't have a meal of rice at least a day or most to most by the second day, I feel my food life is not complete (Cumin Rice, Ghee Rice, Nasi Dagang, Dhal Rice & Coriander Rice). In fact, I feel as though I have not eaten. Thus, rice is the regularity in my home and of course, every now and then, its nice to convert rice to another kinda rice dish. Either for pairing alongside the side dishes or trust me, sometimes as a complete, wholesome and appetizing meal by itself. Today, I have this Curry Leaves Rice. Curry leaves? I think you know it? Curry leaves and me and my cooking(Navratan Korma, Vegan Potato Curry & Pavakkai/Bitter Gourd Puli Curry). Usually and mostly into curries, sometimes in stir fried dishes and today, its specifically cooked in rice. Another known fact about me and rice cooking? In rice cooker even for all those various types or rice dishes (Vegetable BiryaniTurmeric Rice).  Curry Leaves Rice? Basmati rice, curry leaves and crunch from cashew nuts fried in ghee (Cashew Masala Chicken & Lemon Cashew Rice). Sounds awesome right? I know.


Ingredients
3 cup Basmati rice - rinse & drain off excess water
6 sprigs curry leaves - shredded
1/2 cup cashew nuts - break into two pieces
2 tbsp ghee
Salt for taste
Water as needed
Method
Heat ghee and fry nuts till cripsy and golden brown.
Remove and keep aside.
Put in curry leaves.
When leaves start to splatter, add rice.
Stir and fry for a couple of minutes.
Scoop out, tip into rice cooker and add water (about 4 1/2 cups or as normal measurement).
Season with salt, stir and let it cook.
Once done, fluff up rice.
Before serving, combine in fried cashew nuts.

Comments

  1. Wow.. that must be xtremely flavorful & yummy.. First time hearing of this dish.. Lovely pics :)

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  2. Wow...cashew but rice looks rice & gorgeous.... :-)

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  3. Delish rice!
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  4. I luv cashew pulao from Vasantha bavan..this looks very similar

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  5. Adorable click,i like the probs,one simple dish ,deliciously made.

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  6. u mean to fry the rice grain, after that put it into the rice cooker to cook?

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  7. That is really yummy rice love the combo of curry leaf and cashew nuts.

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  8. Its so good that I will happily eat this on its own! Will certainly try this out but will replace the cashews with another nut as cashew isn't recommended for those of us with sensitive skin.

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  9. Thanks a lot all you lovely people for the lovely comments.
    Foodie - yes, to fry the rice, to ensure that the rice remains grainy and does not stick to the others after cooking

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  10. I've used curry leaves in a lot of my cooking, but never in rice! Why haven't I thought of that?? Nice!

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  11. I love this recipe very much,can't wait to try :)

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  12. Another drooling recipe you have here ms.nava!! thank you for sharing. Happy weekend to you and your family. :)

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  13. Delicious rice... Loved it :-)

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  14. love basmati recipes. Nice click..you have a very nice blog

    http://goodeatstostyle.blogspot.com/

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  15. Just a simple and flavorsome rice. Love it. Adding cashew is a great idea. You know, even I love deconstructing the recipes, where ever I eat, I have this habit of finding what is in it!

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  16. Wow this looks really great and really inviting. I feel like want to have this rice now. :) beautiful clicks.

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  17. Woaahh !! very well presented post. I d ont usually add cashews in rice, since that makes it even denser but after reading this i think i will give it a try

    glad to follow you :)

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  18. Crunchy cashew nuts and the tantalisingly aromatic curry leaves makes this rice dish an exotic treat

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  19. I like adding delicious crunch to the rice these is a great way by adding cashew yum. Hi doll your blog does not come up on bloglovin.

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  20. Such a simple rice preparation! I love your presentation

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