Saturday, September 11, 2010
"Sutli moshhu'rda" is a kind of soup, which is light but nourishing and healthy. It is also good for breakfast, if you serve it without meat. It is important to use short grain rice for this recipe, but mine was finished, so I used long one. That's why it is not so sticky as it must be in original recipe.
25 gr of lamb's tail fat cut in very small pieces or 30 gr of vegetable oil
200 gr of meat, cut in small cubes (lamb)
2-3 onions, peeled and sliced
150 gr mungbeans
100 gr of rice
Salt to taste
1 tsp of ground coriander
500 ml of milk
Wash mungbeans and put them in a cold water, just enough to slightly cover them. Put it on medium heat and bring to boil, simmer for about 20 min. Add in rice and add in milk. Bring to boil and then let it simmer for about 20 min, or until rice and mungbeans are cooked well. Add in salt. If soup will become thick, then add in some more milk. It really depends on rice, how much milk will you need.
In another pan, fry fat cubes until they shrink and get brown, take them out and add in meat and coriander. Fry until meat is brown in color and then add in onions. Fry over medium heat until onions are slightly brown. Cover the lid and let it stand for 10 min.
Serve soup in separate bowls, topping them with meat. You can also sprinkle some fresh coriander. Enjoy!