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Somali Rice with Tomato, Potato and Onion Garnish, Baked Chicken

Somali Rice with Tomato, Potato and Onion Garnish, Baked Chicken





This yummy dish was a big hit yesterday. The baked chicken was cooked using a baking bag. Some of you might be thinking that I am crazy, after all who cooks their chicken in a bag.
But let me tell you that this chicken was so juicy on the inside and nice and crispy on the outside.
The rice was made the usual way except I cooked it with tomatoes. Turned out wonderfully. The potato garnish was nice, especially with the addition of raisins.

14 comments:

  1. Hi...you have a nice food blog. Just added and faved you. Hope you can join Our Food Recipes. Thank you

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  2. Hi
    I was looking for your blog but you have too many. Which blog is ine mentioned in? Thanks

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  3. Can you please remember to tell posters to add salt? The rice will come out tasteless without salt and some garlic powder.

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  4. THere is no need to add salt or garlic powder. There is plenty of salt in the chicken cubes and the chicken broth. You would only add salt if you were using plain water instead of broth. I love salt, if you add salt on top of the cubes and broth it would be WAY too salty. You can also use garlic if you want.

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  5. Salaam sister

    where can i find the recipe for baked chicken it looks great mashallah.

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  6. there is no recipe for this... just the picture. How do i make this?

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  7. why do u always add bananas to the dishes ,is that a tradition or for nutrisious value? i just wonder !

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  8. hehee te bananas is tradtional, i asked my husband the same question when we were staying with his parents, i was asking why is banana always served with main meal when its a fruit lol

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  9. Eating bananas with pasta, spaghetti, rice is a somali thing. I dont know why, but we all eat it with banana

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  10. thank you soo much. Jazaka Allahu Khayr. I love you recipes. your so honest may Allah reward your generosity for sharing with us your talent.

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  11. banana it grows in somalia.

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  12. assalmu aliakum sister

    where is the recipe details for this recipe. it looks sooo yummy!!

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  13. please could you tell us how you made this recipe, I would love to try it out.

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  14. Asalamu alaykum uhkti

    lovely food you make i must say!!!

    Is there any recipe for this baris with chicken??

    xxx

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