Lamb Machboos Recipe

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Continue cooking and cover it with lid for Lamb Machboos Recipe

Preparation time:   30 minutes
Cooking time:  1 hour
Total time:  1 hour 30 minutes
Serves:  2


250 gms basmati rice
400 gms lamb cubes
100 gms chopped tomato
2 bay leaves
2 gms chopped green chilli
50 gms chopped red onion
10 gms chopped garlic
10 ml chopped ginger
20 gms coriander leaves
2 pcs dry lemon
1 gm cardamom powder
1 gm black pepper powder
3 pcs cloves
2 gms coriander powder
0.5 gm saffron
0.8 gm turmeric powder
0.6 gm cumin powder
1 pc cinnamon stick
15 gms ghee1 ltr lamb stock
0.5 ml raisin
50 gms chickpeas; boiled


  1. Soak the rice for 15 minutes, wash and keep it aside.
  2. In a separate pot, boil the lamb cubes until well-cooked and soft. Strain and keep aside.
  3. In a heated cooking pot, add ghee, onion, garlic, green chili and ginger. Sauté for 5 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
  4. Add bay leaves, dry lemon, tomato, cardamom, turmeric, cloves and coriander powder and sauté for a while.
  5. Add rice and stir for 2 minutes then add saffron, cumin, pepper, salt and lamb stock.
  6. Continue cooking and cover it with lid for 10 minutes on slow fire.
  7. Add lamb stock and bring it to boil while stirring occasionally.
  8. For garnishing, heat a sauté pan then add a little ghee. Sauté together with sliced onion, raisins, dates, chickpeas and cashew nuts.
  9. Serve hot.
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