I looked up how the hell to deal with crayfish, that was the predecessor to this blog, and failed to quit being interested in food so, 😀 what follows is more of how the night of clicks spun away. I do not know how I ended up with craw-fish turning into rice dishes but this is not the first time the wikipedia list crossed my eyes as in a blog on a javanese dish cooked in blood is at heart a rice dish and such is a link to a year something back and how I must include food as a grounding connection to the little interests I proffer. This time I just read the list as is a to the wow yum. I must finish a few a fun leftovers of the previous crawfish look up but much of this just is food linking. puroose at your leisure.
a fourty something minute video about a true crayfish bbq ala Louisiania. you will find not just crayfish but a potato, beans bbq, nilla wafer dessert, bbq butt smoked fall apart… etc. lotsa food done just like they do. this can be a bit of a let down down when someone gets a scratch heaven notion in mind as a big arse can of bean with a splash of bbq sauce in a slow cooker is 3 minutes not very scratch 😉 but again this is how it’s done.
the list of rice dishes some with articles some not. I will point out that I don’t think think of chimichangas as a rice dish but they can be and for the love of pete I’ve even made them deliberately ricey :D. I’ll also point out sometimes the names indicate the same damn thing only in foreign. but, the joy of this list is easy enough when one can peru up some fried ricde which so far is nog sounding like it’s any different than regular find it anywhere fried rice….. and yet I’m intriq1ued anyways 😉 by far the biggest joys were looking through the links within the list and the subsequent youtubes on preparation…..which follow.
this is where you get your dance on! okay I couldn’t stand that part of the video offering, but it I suppose is just morning for me not three beers of acceptance in 3 am. this I can make pretty much tonight NOW. I know how to make colored rice and all the prep as described and thus woooo ey! leftover Louisianan… suh sorry. because in a way it reminds me of jambalaya. I understand that saffron a main component of this dish is ridiculously expensive and thus I can understand if you wait to make this0 but do consider it as the amount used is like 75 cents ish worth and you can get saffron at http://www.savoryspiceshop.com in a reasonable I hope for your budget amount… and I suppose to the day I die i’ll associate saffron principally with mussel in saffron cream sauce… a white wine dish ala seafood… and as it’ll last and such is only two dishes lol you sure can make a batch three hundred of chicken rice casserole with saffron mmm mmm mmm heck I like the yellow rice as is. for to bring out a point of language, polo is chicken as I understand it at least in Spanish and I know Spanish incorporates a lot of Arabic… I hope I’m not wholly wrong but I knew to expect a chicken dish.
this is the Indian dish that made me laugh mispronouncing it. busy belly bath bhat whichever I laughed because I remember an ism of the nice lady who shared a family recipe about how to make baklava and the hubs said, “oh! blah blah blah” for those of you understand the phonetics of foreign… I, as a tin-ear American can not pronounce them correctly. I can LLLLllllllLLLL a uvial “l” but I can roll a Spanish “r.”
blast it! I cant find my original video on how this bisibelebath thing was made! but! not one person in the whole world makes it so 😀 here is another video that actually improves your understanding of what’s involved and believe me, this isn’t so hard – but it is something requiring a list. plus it never hurts to have a pretty presenter.
kalam polo a beef / onion meatball cabbage affair with rice. I like this forever video as videos go even if it’s not more complex than bisi bele bath but somehow the pace of cooking this is agreeable to the steps involved. I look forward to making this…not with faceless girls, I can skip that cultural disappointment… but food is food and if you doubt me a danish is not danish but more likely Austrian in an age of wars where such was a dis-allowable thing. I like stuffed cabbage rolls which are further norther as in Romanian but I’ll admit the idea of skipping the tomato sauce and extra steps… I’ll get over it as sometimes there is magic in what is.
for the record while this isn’t properly edited, as in it’s on the fly…the only red is what I left on purpose. I actually can spell and edit and …well skipping grammar correctly employed, I’m capable of things 😉 you’ll not ever notice I bet.