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Pilau Rice with Beef Stew Recipe

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Lenard Gitau
Added: Thursday, August 9, 2007


Beef Stew:
1 lb. cut up stew beef
2 carrots
2 green peppers
4 tomatoes
4 onions
coriander (can use cilantro as a replacement)
curry powder
black pepper
seasong salt
cooking oil
Pilau Rice:
1 1/2 lb. rice
1/2 lb. green peas
2 cans pilau masala (type of spice). Beef base or other buillion would also work.
3 onions
3 tomatoes
salt and pepper to taste

Fry the chopped onions until golden brown. Add tomatoes and chopped green pepper. Add carrots, black pepper and coriander. Wash the cut meat and sprinkle with seasoning salt. When the carrots have become slightly soft, add the meat. When meat is almost cooked, add some curry powder and salt to taste.
Pilau rice:
Wash the rice with cold water. Boil the peas until cooked. Chop onions and fry them until slightly brown. Add tomatoes that have been peeled and cut. Boil some of the rice water with the pilau masala until it boils. Add salt to taste. Add the rest of the water to the fried onions and tomatoes. Add green peas when the water starts boiling.




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