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Damatesli Pilavı (Tomato rice)

I love eating pilaf. As Asian, it's main dish for me every time, everywhere. I feel  "not full" whatever I eat without eating rice. ^,^ 
In Turkey, people cook pilaf different way from I usually do(which is always steamed and plain-Cause we usually eat our meal over that steamed plain rice)
Damatesli Pilavı means Rice cooked with tomato. The final taste is "almost" like our Indonesian Fried rice... "Almost" ^,^ .....I like it though.
Here I share how to make this Damatesli Pilavı
Materials and how to make it:
 1 ½ cups long grain rice, wash and soak ± 30 minutes, drained
 2 ½ tablespoons margarine
 ½ medium size onion, finely chopped
 2 medium tomatoes, peeled and finely chopped
 2 tsp salt or to taste
 1 ½ ~ 1 ¾ cup chicken broth / beef (or hot water)

Heat margarine in medium pan, saute onion until fragrant and wilted, put in rice and stir well. Combine tomatoes and stir for few minutes. Pour in chicken broth /beef (or hot water), salt then stir well. Cover pan with lid and reduce heat (at lowest heat). Cook up to± 20 minutes until broth is absorbed in rice. Turn off heat and let stand for several minutes without opening the lid.
Serve warm with some other dish you like or just as it and salad
Afiyet Olsun.




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9 comments:

  1. Nice outcome with the rice and I have to agree with you on how we need our rice as I must have at least one meal of rice per day.

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  2. sound Yum to me,beautiful picture:) Indonesia getho loh,,,kalo ketemu nasi,,hehehe

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  3. I like rice as a side dish but always eat it plain. Nice to see a recipe that adds more flavor, I will need to try. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Citra... I loves tomatoes combain with rice!
    it's like a combo of pasta sauce & rice... hehe he :D
    It's hard to live in other country sometimes coz we will be missed what we had before at home town ya ;)
    kuat - semangad & tetap bagi" resep yaa!
    Tq for sharing the recipe with us citra! ;)

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  5. What a great rice dish, this sounds delicious! :)

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  6. I love rice also. This pilaf looks fantastic and full of flavor!

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  7. @Asian-spice mix hehehe... Ridwan bisa ajah.. tp bener dink.. Indonesia Getooo :))) thx ya!

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  8. @Elies_Lie terima kasih Elies dear.. ^,^
    Btw, congrat ya for the Top 9.. I'll try that tekwan soon.. lagi ngumpulin bahan-bahan nih..heheheh..:)

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