Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Nasi Beriani Kambing

Yes, My lamb has been converted! 
But somehow, i only managed to capture this image, when breaking of fast were over & as it is, only 'remnants' left. Kambing pun ala ala menyorok kat celah celah nasi tu

Just to share this simple recipe;
1 kg basmathi rice cleaned & drained {1 kg rice= 3 cans(*)}
200 ml evaporated milk (about 1/2 can)
4 Tablespoon beriani powder
1 small tub natural yoghurt 
Water (pls refer notes below) 

1 capsicum - diced
1 small carrot - diced or julienne 
2 big onion - sliced
2" ginger - bruised
5-6 garlic - sliced
1 tomato - diced
1 Cinnamon bark
3 star anise
4-5 cardamom 


  • In a pot, saute ingredients in oil/ghee/butter until fragrant.
  • Stir in beriani powder, followed by milk.
  • Add in lamb, yoghurt and water.
  • Cook until lamb is tender
  • Add salt to taste.
  • Arrange pieces of cooked lamb in a rice cooker.
  • Pour rice evenly on top of lamb.
  • Measure the liquid from lamb that you cook earlier. Top up with water to make a total of 4 1/2 cans liquid. Pour on top of rice.
  • Cook rice as normal in the rice cooker and you should know the rest (ie serve & eat :-)
Serve hot with air asam tomato & kerabu timun.

  1. (*) Can= eveporated milk can
  2. I use the evaporated milk can to measure. You can use any cups, but use the same one to measure rice & liquid; ratio of rice: liquid = 1: 1.5

Pancake for sahur


  1. tetap berselera tgnya..walaupun kambing menyorok ..hhe.. pancake for sahur..bagus gak idea tu..time2 tak selera sangat ni..

  2. Sally,

    Hmm pancake mmg sedap, 2 mlm berturut turut anak2 mintak, malam ketiga mintak juga...tapi dah habis....



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