Khichudi from Ahaar
Mandira shares a traditional Bengali dish that her dad would request on rainy days.
Vegetable Pulao from Akshayapaatram
Priya describes this fried rice recipe as “a Savior dish,” in which you can use as many vegetables as you desire. You also have the option of making it as spicy or mild as you want.
Risotto ai funghie prezzemolo from What’s for lunch honey?
Meeta makes a tantalizing-looking dish of risotto with mushrooms and parsley. She also has a wonderful idea for foodbloggers participating in this event to also share the types of rice that they use their kitchens. I’ll start my list here: Basmati rice, Forbidden rice (Black rice??), Jasmine rice and White rice. You can post your “rice list” in the comments section.
Kedgeree from Tomato
Ed prepares this lovely-sounding dish that his mother
used to make, which he has now refined.
Green Rice from Chef Michele’s Adventures
Michele makes her rice casserole for holiday or potluck meals, as side dishes or stand-alone meals. Unfortunately no photo is available for her dish, but we can use our imagination.
On a rice-cooking roll, I made a second rice dish from a Latin based recipe.