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recipe of the dayParsi Sali KeemaA Parsi style lamb mince, served with sali or aloo lachchas (grated deep fried potatoes).
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videosMOREAdvertisementAdvertisement10Best Recipes10Top VideosOur ChefsAsk Our ChefQ. Some Recipes Ask for Soaking and Rinsing Rice While Some Don't, Why? A. It all depends on what texture you want your dish to take. Generally, rice is soaked and rinsed in order to remove the starch from it which prevents rice from sticking together. Once the starch is removed rice takes lesser time to cook. This way your dish gets a subtle aroma. If you cook it for long it will lose its aroma. However, certain rice varieties like basmati should not be rinsed.Advertisement
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