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Kateh - Iranian Simple Rice

Kateh - Iranian Simple Rice created by WiGal

I think this way of making rice comes from the North of Iran. I prefer this to the more classic polow as it's less work to do and it's faster.My husband has a very interesting way to check if the rice it's done:he spits a little on his finger and places the saliva on the pan. If the spit sizzles the rice is done!

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directions

  • Wash three cups of rice with plain water twice and drain the water.
  • Pour rice into a non-stick pan.
  • Add five cups of water, four spoons of oil and salt, and mix.
  • Bring the water to a boil over high temperature.
  • Let the water boil until water level sinks to just below rice level.
  • Cover the pan, and cook over low temperature for about half an hour.
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"I think this way of making rice comes from the North of Iran. I prefer this to the more classic polow as it's less work to do and it's faster.My husband has a very interesting way to check if the rice it's done:he spits a little on his finger and places the saliva on the pan. If the spit sizzles the rice is done!"
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  1. WiGal
    Easy, plus timing was spot on too! Served with recipe#428754, recipe#211957, and recipe#374003. Thank you littlemafia for sharing. Made for Unrulies Under the Influence while traveling through NA*ME during ZWT6.
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  2. WiGal
    Kateh - Iranian Simple Rice Created by WiGal
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  3. littlemafia
    I think this way of making rice comes from the North of Iran. I prefer this to the more classic polow as it's less work to do and it's faster.My husband has a very interesting way to check if the rice it's done:he spits a little on his finger and places the saliva on the pan. If the spit sizzles the rice is done!
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