Sunday, May 16, 2010
I remember my granny used to cook this dish for a lunch. I loved the smell and taste of this meal, granny cooked it in clarified butter:) It is fast and easy meal. If you have less time to cook, but you want to prepare nutritious and delicious meal, then this is exactly what you want. You have to have Uzbek "Patir" or "Obi non" for this meal. I have posted the recipe of both, so you can bake them yourself. You will feed 3 people from this recipe.
100 gr of vegetable oil or clarified butter
250 gr meat, cut in small cubes
2 onions, peeled and sliced
1 big capsicum, sliced
2 tomatoes, chopped
200 gr of dried cubes of bread
Salt to taste
1 tbsp of ground coriander
Some fresh chopped coriander leaves.
Cut "Obi non" or "Patir" in small cubes and let dry for 2 days in open air or just dry them in the oven.
Heat the oil in pan and fry meat over high heat until meat is nice brown color, then add in onions, fry until onions are soft and slightly golden. Now add in tomato and capsicum. Fry until oil will starts to separate out. Stir while frying to prevent ingredients sticking to the bottom of the pan. Now lower the heat and add in salt and coriander. Stir well and add in bread cubes, mix well and serve immediately sprinkling some fresh chopped coriander leaves. Enjoy and have a nice lunch time with your family or friends.