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Sehriyeli Pilavı (Turkish Pilaf)

Turkish Pilavı or Pilaf  has a different cooking method compare to Indonesian rice cooking method, which through two stages (We're talking "old fashioned way", not using an electric rice cooker ). That is cooked 1st in boiling water until half cooked and then steam it.
Turkish Pilavı only through one cooking stage. Another difference is mostly Turkish pilaf used vegetable oil (or olive oil) and butter and adds arpa şehriye (orzo)

Ingredients and How to make:
- 2 cups of rice, wash and soak with warm water approximately 30. Drain.
- 1/2 cup 
arpa şehriye / 
orzo pasta
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 2 Tbsp butter
- 4 cups hot chicken broth (can be replaced with hot water plus stock bullion). If the type of rice you used, will need more broth, can be added the amount.
- Salt to taste.

Heat olive oil and butter in a heavy-bottomed pot. Put arpa şehriye (orzo pasta) stir until dark brown color (do not let burn). Then add rice, stir again until rice mix with oil. Reduce heat to medium. Add hot broth and salt, stir well again. Close tight and shall not be opened until the water dries out about 10 minutes. 
Lowest the heat as possible you can, lid on again, and continue to cook over the lowest heat for approximately 15 min. 
Turn off the heat. But do not open the lid during the first 5-10 min.
After 5-10 min, the lid can be opened and Turkish Pilavı can be served warm.


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