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  • over 3.5 billion people from around the world eat rice as a staple part of their diet.

  • On we Can Onley show some of the beloved rice dishes that exist.

  • Let's take a look at how rice is eaten around the world.

  • This'll Dish stirs up a Debate Out of Love Jola Freis is a dish from West Africa that varies from country to country.

  • It's popular in Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana and many others.

  • Most Joel off rice dishes include tomatoes, onions and peppers.

  • Choices of protein can vary from lamb to chicken, beef or fish.

  • Joel off rice could be served with sides like fried plantains or vegetables.

  • Nasi goreng is Indonesia's national dish and translate simply to fried rice.

  • It's believed to have been introduced when Chinese immigrants made their way to Indonesia sometime between the 10th and 15th centuries.

  • Nasi goreng is made with an abundance of spices, garlic, shallot and a sweet soy sauce called ketchup.

  • Manus meat, vegetables and eggs can also be added in some accompaniments include fried prawn crackers, salad or sambal, a ninja neige in Chile sauce.

  • In Spanish cuisine, Piya is a must try rice dish.

  • It originated in Valencia and his best cooked in a pie, a pan over an open fire.

  • Traditionally, it was made by farm laborers during lunch and eaten straight from the pan.

  • The meats and vegetables used in this dish varied based on whatever was available at the time.

  • Nowadays, there are plenty of variations with meat and seafood.

  • Essential ingredients are onions, garlic and saffron for a deep yellow stain.

  • This creamy rice dish is an Italian staple.

  • Arborio, or carnaroli.

  • Rice is the best type of grain to use.

  • The rice is cooked with broth, butter, onions, wine and Parmesan cheese.

  • Some may argue that risotto is time consuming and requires a lot of attention when cooking.

  • But once you get a hang of the technique, the dish could be ready in as little as 30 minutes.

  • Come Tom, also known as Broken Rice, is a Vietnamese dish with humble beginnings.

  • Theo Grains used income Tom are considered to be broken leftovers from the drying and milling process.

  • Traditionally, farmers from the Mekong Delta would cook the unsellable grains.

  • Eventually, they introduced the dish to the city of Saigon, which is now known as Hochi Minh City.

  • Come, Tom is served with a variety of sides, like shredded pork, eggs and pickled vegetables.

  • This rice entree comes from the city of Yangzhou in China's Jiangxi Province.

  • Some may know the dish as house fried rice.

  • It's made of rice tossed with roast pork, shrimp, scallions, eggs and peas inside of a walk.

  • The best type of rice to use is left over cooked rice.

  • Chinese restaurants worldwide have kept this dish a staple menu item.

  • India's biryani rice is a fusion of spices.

  • The word biryani derives from the Persian word bury on and means fried before cooking.

  • Ah, long grain rice, such as basmati, is fried and cooked with meat, vegetables, eggs, nuts and fruits.

  • Depending on the region.

  • There are countless variations and cooking methods of biryani.

  • Puerto Rico's rice dish is also considered the Islands national dish arose cone gondolas is rice cooked with pigeon peas, pork and sofrito sauce.

  • It's usually served during holidays and special occasions.

  • Jamaican rice and peas uses pigeon peas or kidney beans.

  • Long grain rice is cooked with coconut milk, garlic, scallions, pepper and allspice.

  • Rice and peas is commonly served in households every Sunday.

  • It's usually served as a side dish, along with curry's or jerk and barbecue chicken.

  • Using similar ingredients like pigeon peas and coconut milk.

  • Trinidad and Tobago's rice dish is called halo trinidadians.

  • Use a technique called browning the meat by adding meat to burnt sugar in a pot with onions and garlic before adding the rice and other ingredients for extra flavor.

  • A key ingredient Add near the end of cooking would be golden ray salted butter.

  • The final product can be served wet, meaning it's on the superior side or dry.

  • On the grainy side, Korean Beban bob translates to mixed rice with meat and vegetables.

  • Traditionally, it was made with raw beef and raw egg yolk.

  • Today, many variations exist based on choice.

  • White rice is served with side dishes like kimchi, onions, eggs, mushrooms and so on.

  • 15 Bob is served with go to chang sauce for extra flavor.

  • When visiting Louisiana, you must add jambalaya to your food bucket list.

  • The one pot dish is a staple in New Orleans and can be categorized into two types, Creole and Cajun.

  • The Creole version is redder and uses tomatoes in both versions.

  • Long grain rice is cooked with a mix of meats Some popular choices are seafood, chicken or sausage.

  • Some variations include all three vegetables.

  • Onion, spices and peppers are also mixed.

  • In this rice dish is sweet Champ Arado is a chocolate porridge made with glutinous sweet rice.

  • Traditionally, Talia or pure cocoa blocks are used, but cocoa powder makes a great substitution.

  • In the Philippines.

  • The porridge is commonly in for breakfast and served alongside Toyo, a salted dried fish.

  • It's topped with sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk or coconut milk.

  • Tadic is basically scorched rice.

  • It's made from the pan fried layer of crust at the bottom of the rice pot.

  • Many years ago, rice was a luxury ingredient in Persia.

  • According to legend, a single grain of rice should not go wasted or left in the pot.

  • To achieve this, cooks with layer the bottom of the pot with bread to prevent the rice from burning.

  • Other techniques use a mixture of rice, yogurt and saffron or thin slices of peeled potatoes.

  • Whichever ingredients you choose to place beneath the rice, the end result will be a golden, crispy layer at the bottom of the pot.

  • Monthsof is Jordan's national dish.

  • It consists of rice and lamb cooked in a sauce called jimmied, which is a fermented dried yogurt.

  • The dishes served on a platter in layers with a base of flat bread, rice jimmied, lamb, almonds and pine nuts are layered on top.

  • Thes Japanese rice balls are called on a GT.

  • Steamed rice is formed into shapes like balls, triangles or cylinders.

  • It's then wrapped in nori.

  • Dried seaweed on a giddy can be eaten plain or stuffed with feelings like salmon or vegetables.

  • It makes a perfect snack for on the go.

  • What's your favorite dish?

  • Will you be trying any of these in our video?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

over 3.5 billion people from around the world eat rice as a staple part of their diet.

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16 Rice Dishes From Around The World

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/15
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