Yalla, Let's Eat Roz Mo3mar (Baked Rice)
In honor of Ramadan I wanted to share with you something special my family loves to eat. Roz Mo3mar is a traditional Egyptian dish that is usually served as a side to baked vegetable dishes served with either chicken or rice. This dish pairs well with a casserole with a red base like bamya (okra) or batatis fill forn (potatoes in red sauce). My family loves eating it and its a great side dish to take to any party. My favorite part is that its so easy!! You don't need much to make this party starter in your kitchen today.
Yalla, Let's Eat Roz Mo3mar
Author: Meals With Amina
Servings: 6 ppl+
2 cups of medium grain rice (I love using the brand Rico)
1 1/2 cups of whole milk
11/2 cups of heavy cram
1/2 cup sour cream
4 tablespoons of butter
1 tablespoon of oil
Pre heat your oven at 375 on convection bake.
Take your rice and let it sit in cold water for at least an hour. Best overnight!
In a separate bowl combine the heavy cream, milk, sour cream, and salt
Drain you rice and add it to the milk mixture.
Oil a tagging or a deep Pyrex. Add you milk rice mixture. Top off with slivers of butter and the tablespoon of oil.
Bake in the oven for an hour until bubbly and color is on top.
Yalla, lets eat!