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Afghan dum pukht. (Made in the instant pot. 🤩)

How does it look? Who wants more pressure cooker recipes? Full ingredient list and steps below 👇

1/4 Cup of cooking oil (or extra fat if your butcher will give it to you)
2 Cups of Aahu Barah rice (soaked and rinsed)
2.25 lb of bone-in meat (lamb or beef)
2 Tablespoons ginger garlic paste
1 chili pepper, diced (optional)
2 teaspoon coriander powder
2 teaspoon cumin seed
1 onion chopped
1 teaspoon salt (to start, must be adjusted as you cook)
1 chopped tomato
1 bouillon cube (optional)
1 Cup of water (adjust for your experience)
Cracked black pepper (to taste)

1. Set your instant pot or pressure cooker to saute. If you are using fat, render the fat. If oil, heat until ready to use. Make sure you have rinsed your rice, and it is soaking.
2. Saute your onions. Cook until nice and golden brown.
3. Add your ginger garlic paste. Cook for about 1 minute. Then add your chili pepper. Cook another 30 seconds.
4. Now add your spices of coriander and cumin.
5. Add your meat and ensure it’s covered in spices. Add salt. You want to brown the entire outside of the meat.
6. To build your pressure, add 1 Cup of water. Scrape the bottom. Add a bouillon cube if you wish. Cover and cook on high pressure for 30 minutes.
7. Uncover the rice, salt test, and add some cracked black pepper.
8. Add the soaked and rinsed rice. Also, add your chopped tomato. Cover and cook on high pressure for 20 minutes—the “brown rice” option if you have it.

#instantpot #instantpotrecipes #afghanfood #onepotmeal #afghanculture🇦🇫
Dubai haul #2 Global Village.

You must go to Global Village when in Dubai. They have items from all around the world. Of course I focused on 🇦🇫 😃.

How did I do?

#haulvideo #globalvillage #globalvillagedubai #shopping #afghanistan🇦🇫 #afghanculture
Let’s make Afghan palaw. Our colored rice!

This video is sponsored by @aahubarah. Go follow them right now, ok?

Recipe and ingredients below. Leave me a comment if you love this dish.

⭐️ Ingredients

1/2 Cup Vegetable Oil
4 Tablespoons of sugar
3 Cups soaked and rinsed Aahu Barah sela rice
3 Teaspoons of Salt
2 Teaspoons of Char Masala

⭐️ Recipe

1. Rinse and soak your rice. Soak the rice for a minimum of about 15-30 minutes.
2. Place oil in pan, and turn up to medium heat. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. Next, add your sugar. Let the sugar turn a dark brown caramel color. Then, take pan off of the heat and set it aside.
4. Move on to your rice. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil—salt with your three tablespoons of salt. Add your rice and cook for about five minutes.
5. While that is cooking, bring your sugar solution back and put it on your stovetop. Before heating it, add about 1/2 Cup of water. Turn your heat back on to medium. You will probably notice that your sugar hardened up when it cooled down. That is ok. Now that you’ve added your water you will slowly warm it back up and your sugar will slowly loosen back up and you will have a nice easy beautiful brown liquid to pour over your rice.
6. Now that your rice is finished, you must drain your rice in. the sink. While the rice is sitting in your strainer, take the pot that you cooked it in and put it back on the stove. Pour a generous amount of oil in the bottom of the pan. This will keep it from sticking and give some nice texture to the bottom of your rice.
7. Heat your pan up and then take your rice from your strainer and pour it back into your oiled pot. Pour your caramelized liquid over the rice and stir in.
8. Add 2 teaspoons of char masala. Now take a large wooden spoon and poke some holes around your rice. This will allow the rice to steam correctly and not get all gummy. Then, cover it with a paper towel and then put a lid on it.
9. Place your rice in the oven at 425 degrees for 10 minutes and then 300 degrees for 20 minutes.
10. Take your rice out of the oven, fluff, and serve on a large beautiful platter.

#rice #cookingathome #afghan #afghanfood #afghanculture #ricerecipe
My khalla (aunt) joined me to make Khajoor. 😊

Khajoor is Afghan donut recipe.

This is her first time on video. Please leave a nice comment below for her! 👇❤️.

🌟 Ingredients

6 Cups All-Purpose Flour
2 Cups Chapati Flour
1/4 Cup Sooji Flour
1 Teaspoon of Cardamom
1 Tablespoon Baking Powder
1 Teaspoon of Salt
1 Tablespoon of Yeast
2 Cups of Sugar
1 Cup of Oil
2 Eggs
Milk (by feel, but about 1 1/12 Cups)

⭐️ Recipe
1. Mix your dry ingredients in the bowl.
2. Then, add 1 Cup of oil and two eggs. Mix this into your dry ingredients.
3. Now you will slowly, 1/2 Cup at a time, pour your milk into the dough as you knead the dough. We ended up using about 1 1/2 Cups. mix the dough until it comes together. If you can, let the dough set for an hour or two.
4. After rested, grease your hands. This is my khallas trick. She does not use flour to keep her dough from sticking. She finds that it makes her fry oil brown and makes a mess! Cut the dough into four pieces just to make it easier to manage. Roll the piece out into a long strip, then you are going to cut into smaller pieces. (watch the video)
5. Next, roll the pieces into ball, then you will roll it out again into a little strip, then push your fingers into to make the proper khajoor shape. Next, heat your oil to the appropriate frying temperature. This is usually around 365 degrees F.
6. Next, your donuts will be done when they float and then turn a golden brown. It is essential to control your oil temperature so that they don’t get burned on the outside and raw on the inside.

#donuts🍩 #afghan #afghanculture #afghanfood #afghanwomen #cookingathome #desserttiktok
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