Arabic Style Rice With Lamb Meat

"I learned this delicious recipe from my mother. It is used widely in the Arab countries. It great for Holidays or any occasion. Ground Beef can be used but there is nothing like Lamb meat. This Recipe is excellent with Roast Lamb or Turkey. It is easy to cook and family members love it and always serve seconds. It tastes great with Pine (Pignoli) nuts."
 
Arabic Style Rice With Lamb Meat created by Hommus
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directions

  • Brown lightly lamb meat in butter.
  • Add salt and spices and stir for 2 minutes.
  • Add two cups rice, stir and add the 3½ boiling Chicken Broth and mix well.
  • Bring to Boil.
  • Cover and simmer for 20-25 minutes or until rice is tender and water is absorbed.
  • Let cool for ½ hour and put in large serving dish and ready to serve.
  • You can serve with natural plain yogurt if desired.
  • (optional).
  • in the meantime rice is cooling saute ½ cup pine nuts (pignoli nuts)in 3-4 tbs. olive oil or vegetable oil until light brown.
  • Decorate rice and meat dish with the sauted pine nuts and serve.
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  1. Lesley J.
    This recipe was so easy and so delicious. Unfortunately for me, I didn’t have any leftovers. Hahaha. But now I will be making it a lot more. Thank you.
     
  2. Halima Dances
    I love this dish. I crave it frequently. I double the spices because I like highly seasoned food. It smells heavenly while cooking, and reheats in the microwave beautifully.
     
  3. blackmarlin
    I had some leftover roasted leg of lamb from the day before and chopped it up to use for this recipe. I heated olive oil in a pan, added the chopped cooked lamb pieces and followed the recipe from there. It was wonderful! There were no leftovers! I will definitely make this again!
     
  4. redsky_2night
    I used lean turkey meat instead of lamb and threw in some peas (as does my aunt) but kept everything else the same. It's the real deal! If I make it again with turkey, I'm increasing the spices.
     
  5. redsky_2night
    I used lean turkey meat instead of lamb and threw in some peas (as does my aunt) but kept everything else the same. It's the real deal! If I make it again with turkey, I'm increasing the spices.
     
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