Things to know about Shir Berenj Recipe
In Persian ‘shir’ means ‘milk’ and ‘berenj’ stands for ‘Rice’, Shir Berenj means rice cooked in milk. This type of sweet rice pudding is popular all over the world, especially in Islamic countries. It Is cooked and distributed among friends and relatives at some Islamic celebratory events. Afghans like to add a lot of green cardamom and nuts to it. More expensive versions are topped with gold or silver leaves. Shir berenj can be served both cold and hot. It’s a very easy dish but make sure to use short grain pudding rice to get the best creamy texture and flavor.
Refreshing Afghan Traditional Rice Pudding. Authentic Recipe of Shir Berenj.
— General Atributes of This Recipe:
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- 4 cups Water
- ½ cup Short Grain Rice – Small Grain Rice or pudding rice
- 1½ cup Milk
- 1 tbsp Cardamom Minced
- ½ cup White Sugar – Regular Sugar – Granulated Sugar
- ¼ cup Almond
- 1 tbsp Vegetable Oil
- ¼ cup Pistachio
- Boil water in a pot.
- Add rice and boil until rice is soft.
- Add milk and cardamom, and cook on low until milk is completely absorbed by the rice.
- Then add sugar, and almonds, and mix. Cook for6-8 minutes.
- Add oil to get a shine.
- Sprinkle pistachios on top and serve hot or cold.
Serve hot or cold by itself or serve with traditional tea’ qehwa.
— Specific Atributes of This Recipe:
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