Thursday, April 16, 2009

Chicken Pilaf (Tavuklu Pilav)

2 chicken thighs/1 breast
2 cup whole grain rice, washed and drained
4 cups chicken stock
1 tbsp salt to taste
2-3 tbsp butter
Black pepper

In a pot, boil chicken with the half of the salt. Leave aside 4 cups of the boiling water for using later. Let the chicken cool for a while. And then, remove the skin and bones. Cut the chicken into small pieces and set aside.
In another pot, melt the butter and stir in rice. Cook rice stirring occasionally for 2-3 minutes. Then add 4 cups of boiling water of the chicken. Add the remaining salt and bring to a boil. Close the lid and cook over low heat till the rice absorbs all the water. Then leave for a rest for 10 minutes. Add the chicken and mix them all. Another serving suggestion is: put some chicken into a bowl and fill the rest with pilaf. Gently press the surface and turn upside down to a serving plate.
Sprinkle black pepper on top and serve Chicken Pilaf warm with ayran.
ENJOY
TURKCE
2 tavuk incik,1 tane gogus
2 su bardagi baldo pirinc, yikanmis ve suzulmus
4 su bardagi sicak tavuk suyu
1 yemek kasigi tuz
2-3 yemek kasigi tereyag
Karabiber


Tuzun yarisini kullanarak tavugu haslayin. Haslama suyundan 4 su bardagi sonra kullanmak uzere ayirin. Tavuk biraz soguyunca derisini ve kemiklerini ayirip atin. Etlerini kucuk kucuk dograyin ve bir kenara ayirin.
Bir tencerede tereyagini eritin ve pirinci ilave ederek bir kac dakika kavurun. Pirinclerin rengi degismeye baslayinca ayridiginiz 4 su bardagi tavuk suyunu ilave edin. Geri kalan tuzu da ilave edin ve kaynayana dek bekleyin. Kaynayinca dusuk ateste kapagi kapali olarak pirincler suyu cekene dek pisirin. Pistikten sonra 10 dakika kadar dinlendirin. Etleri ilave edip hepsini karistirip servis yapin. Degisik bir sunum icin, bir kasenin dibine bir miktar tavuk eti koyun uzerini pilav ile doldurup haifce bastirin ve servis tabagina ters olarak yerlestirin.
Tavuklu Pilavi uzerine karabiber serperek ayran ile servis yapin.
AFIYET OLSUN


Ana Sayfaya Don

8 comments:

Leilosh said...

Slm, ellerine saglik, nefis gibi görünüyor..tavuk ile pilav cok seviyorum..benimde isvecte yemekblogum var ve seni izliyorum.

I hope you can find any interesting on my blog also.

www.leilosh.blogspot.com

iyi geceler
Leya

turkishfoodandrecipes said...

Tesekkur ederim. Senin siten de cok guzel, bende bundan sonra senin siteni takip ederim. Istersen seninle link degisebiliriz.Ben seni ekledim linklerime.
Sevgiler,
Hayriye

Anonymous said...

Tavuklu pilavi gorunce Turkiye'deki sunnet dugunleri aklima geldi. Yaninda ayranla super giderdi:)
Eminimki siteni ziyaret edenlerin cogu bayandir ama bilmeni isterim ki benim gibi Amerika'ya ogrenim icin gelen pek cok erkek de sitenden faydalaniyor. Sayende isimlerini bildigim ama hic yapmadigim yemekleri yapiyorum. Hatta gecenlerde ekmek bile yaptim (yogurmadan yapilani). Birde tortilla borek tarifi vermissinki cok isime yaradi. Tadi tam olarak yufkayla yapilan gibi olmasada genede gurbet sartlarinda daha fazla bisey beklememek lazim.
Yayinladigin tarifler icin tesekkur ederim ve yaptigin bu guzel ve faydali isin devamli olmasini dilerim
Ekrem

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Anonymous said...

Hi

I worked in Turkey-Izmir for a year as a teacher and I was looking for a website to learn some Turkish food! Ur website helps a lot! I bring yummy Turkish food in Canada now I wish you wrote in French as well = ) Thank you!

Cheers!

turkishfoodandrecipes said...

Thank you for your nice comment. I'm really glad to hear my recipes help.
I'd also like to write in French too, but I've the French-Turkish-English Dictionary already:)
http://www.turkishfoodandrecipes.com/2008/10/turkish-french-english-culinary-terms.html
Love,
Hayriye

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