Indian Game Recipes from Rayeesa’s Indian Kitchen
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By January 13, 2014Published:
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Indian Game Recipes from Rayeesa’s Indian Kitchen Rayeesa works alongside Taste of Game to promote healthy, tasty ways of …
- 1 kg duck breasts cut into 2“ thick pieces
- 250 g natural yogurt
- 125 g ghee
- 2 large onions finely sliced
- 2-3 tsp garlic & ginger paste
- 1 large handful mint leaves chopped
- 1 large handful coriander fresh / chopped
- 1/2 tsp chilli powder
- 1 tsp cumin coarsely ground
- 7 green cardamom seeds
- 2 whole green cardamoms
- 2 cinnamon sticks 5cm long
- 10-12 whole black pepper corns
- 3 cloves
- Salt to taste
- 500 g basmati rice
- 1/2 tsp garam masala
- 1/2 tsp saffron strands (soaked in a little warm water for 1-2 hrs.)
- juice of one lime
- Marinate the duck pieces in yogurt for 1 hr. or more (pref. overnight)
- In a large pan heat the ghee and fry the onions until they are golden brown, reduce
heat. When browned well remove from pan and place onto some kitchen paper.
- Add the marinated duck pieces to the pan and keep the yogurt aside and fry for 10 mins.
- Then add 2/3 of the fried onions, all the herbs (keep some herbs for garnish), spices
and some salt and stir in well.
- Cook for about 1 hr. or until duck is tender, add water if mixture is sticking.
- When duck is cooked turn off heat and keep aside.
- Put rice on the hob and bring to boil, but keep stirring occasionally.
- When rice is half cooked strain it in a large colander.
- Allow the rice to drain well. In the rice pan add some ghee and coat the bottom of the
pan (this will give a lovely crisp crust) gently place half of the rice in the pan and then a
layer of the duck mixture. Top with another layer of rice.
- Make 4/5 holes with the end of a wooden spoon through the rice and duck as steam
- Evenly pour the saffron and lime juice over the surface, and dot some more ghee or
butter around the surface. Put a tight fitting on top and simmer on a very low heat for
- When serving add remaining fried onions and herbs, enjoy!