- Serves: 8 People
- Prep Time: 15 min
- Cooking: 60 min
- Difficulty: easy
Previously, the process of cooking pilaf seemed for me somehow very difficult and unreal, on which you need to spend so much time and effort! Therefore, I had not even try to cook it. Probably, if I didn’t have a multicooker, I wouldn’t try to do it, I honestly admit. In my family pilaf is made on the stove and in a cast-iron cauldron where it was constantly burning and probably I just didn’t want to mess with it. But what was my surprise when I cooked it in a multicooker! It turns out that it is cooked very easily and, fortunately, nothing burns and the pilaf is crumbly! So, I share my cooking experience with you!
- Clean onions and carrots and cut cubes.
- Rinse the meat and cut cubes as well.
- Afterwards, as the ingredients are ready, turn on the multicooker in the "Frying" mode (I have 18 minutes), pour in a small amount of oil.
- Add there onions and carrots and fry a little.
- Add the meat. Salt, pepper.
- Mix everything well and cook with the open lid until the time expires.
- In the roast beef with vegetables, add spices for pilaf and peeled garlic. Stir.
- Add rice to meat and fill it with boiled water so that it covers rice.
- Cook under a closed lid in the "Pilaf" mode (I have 1 hour).
- After the time expires, open the multicooker lid and mix well.
- Despite the fact that I did not wash the rice beforehand, as advised everywhere, it turned out to be very crumbly.
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