Saturday, March 9, 2013

New Recipe for Roz Maamar.

More delicious and better results! MmmM i love baked rice and so does my husband! hes not really that familiar with it because his mum never used to make it, but my mum did so I make it for him, and he loves it.. he thinks its a strange way to cook rice but nice. He even kept asking me while i was making if I was sure I knew what I was doing, as I was pouring the milk over the rice.. lool! but anyways here is the recipe..

2 cups of rice soaked in water for 15 minutes.
6 cups of milk
3 tablespoons of butter or margerine
1/2 cup of sugar
sprinkle of salt


In a sauce pan melt butter and saute rice in the butter until it turns pearly and slightly cooked. You will know when it turns abit see through and starts becoming dry, then transfer it to a tagine dish or a pyrex glass dish. Add sugar to rice and mix. In the same saucepan, heat milk until warm then pour over rice, mixing. then sprinkle the salt and mix. Place in a hot oven at 180 degrees, and bake. (if your using a tagine, dont use the lid.)  Once the rice forms a crust, mix because it wont be cooked although the crust forms. Keep mixing at 20 minute intervals, or when you see a crust forms, until the rice is fully cooked and soft. Voilaa! Beautiful Baked rice with awsome flavour if you use a tagine as well.

4 comments:

  1. Assalamu aleikum Sarah, i made this today, only without sugar and added more salt and it turned out delicious! Thank u for ur blog and keep it up! :)

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  2. Actually we never put sugar in it. My mum used to make it all the times with no sugar.

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  3. in indonesia it is "bubur sum-sum", but 6 cups of milk replaced with santan.

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  4. Great blog! I've found you searching for traditional recipes from Egypt... this dish loooks like so yummy! Hugs from Italy, Monia.

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