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Last Updated Tuesday November 21 2017 09:12 PM IST

Dine like a king, feast on this chicken kabsa

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627248148, Chicken kabsa

Kabsa is widely held to be the national dish of Saudi Arabia. This spiced chicken-and-rice dinner couldn't have a more beautiful presentation -- it's served with fried almonds and raisins, parsley sprigs, and a citrusy yogurt sauce.

Ingredients

2 kg whole chicken

7 gm cardamom green

20 gm salt

10 gm white pepper

1 gm saffron

5 gm black pepper

5 gm cumin

3 gm nutmeg

2 gm cloves

2 gm whole black pepper

5 gm coriander powder

150 gm onion

75 gm tomato paste

300 gm fresh tomato

250 gm capsicum

600 gm basmati rice

150 ml vegetables oil

5 gm dried lime

25 gm pine nuts

25 gm almond

1 gm bay leaves

2 sticks of cinnamon

Preparation

Chop the onions, cut the tomatoes and capsicum into wedges and chop the coriander
Heat the oil in a casserole and add the onion and capsicum

Saute with cinnamon sticks, bay leaves, whole cardamom, cloves and whole black pepper

Add chicken and cook for 5 minutes
Add tomatoes, all the spices, salt and pepper

Cook for a couple of minutes
Add the water and bring to a boil, then reduce heat and cover for 20 minutes
Add rice to the pot and mix well

Re-cover and simmer for 30-40 minutes -- adding the raisins for the last 10 minutes
Place the rice in a large serving dish, topped with the chicken and garnished with almond and pine nuts

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