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Thai Pineapple Rice

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  • 20 g m dry prawns, soaked and drained
  • ½ an onion
  • 2 garlic
  • 60 g m diced bacon or ham
  • ½ tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tsp curry powder
  • 50 g Butter
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 15 g oil
  • 200 gm pineapple cubes
  • ½ tbsp lemon juice
  • 300 g rice, washed and drained
  • ½ of a chicken cube (optional)
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 200 g pineapple juice
  • 600 g water
  • Ganish
  • Fried eschalots
  • Pork floss

Recipe's preparation

  1. Put dry prawns, onion and garlic into TM bowl. Chop for 5 sec on speed 6

    Add bacon or ham, turmeric, cinnamon, curry powder, butter and oil and cook at 100deg.C for 4 minutes on speed 1, reversed blade

    Add rice, lemon juice, salt and chicken cube if using, cook for another 3 mins, 100 deg.C, speed 1, reversed blade

    Add pineapple juice and cook another 3 minutes, 100deg.C, speed 1, reversed blade.

    Transfer fried rice into basket. Add 500 gm water to TM bowl, insert basket and cook at Varoma temperature for 14-15 minutes, speed 5-6

    Transfer cooked rice into ThermoServer to keep warm.

    Serve with a sprinkling of pork floss and fried eschalots.


    Note: 1x425gm canned pineapple in juice is sufficient. (Do not use pineapple in syrup)


     If using cubed pineapple, cut each pineapple cubes into 4.




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  • Sounds yummy Chrys...on my

    Submitted by guest on 14. June 2011 - 17:12.

    Sounds yummy Chrys...on my list! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  •  - For a more authentic Thai

    Submitted by nene on 1. June 2011 - 12:55.

    tmrc_emoticons.p - For a more authentic Thai better not add tumeric powder & curry powder.  Better to use Thai red curry paste.

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