Simple Dill Rice

Dinner times are always special and a  good time to spend  with family  and talk about the whole day with some delicious food on the table. Today's dish  is  simple and a very popular recipe of Persian Cuisine. Dill leaves are rich in Iron,  very good for digestion and low in calories. Dill leaves are used in soups, salads and also cooked with meat and fish. You can see my other recipe with dill, Dill paratha.  Here goes the recipe for Dill rice.......

Blogging Marathon:72

Theme: Vegetarian Family Dinner recipes

Week 3, Day 1


Dill leaves chopped 1 cup
Cashew nuts 10
Cooked rice 2 cups
Chopped / sliced onions 1/2 cup
Cinnamon stick 1 inch -1
Cloves 3
Cardamom 2
Shahjeera 1/2 spoon
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder 1/4 spoon
Kura karam / Garlic chili powder 1 spoon
Oil 3 spoon


Wash thoroughly and chop the dill leaves.
In a wok or pan heat oil and add whole garam masala and cashew nuts.
Saute for few seconds and add sliced onions.
Saute till onions are light brown in color.
Now add chopped dill leaves and  turmeric.
Cook for 5 -6 minutes.
Now add cooked rice, salt to taste and garlic chili powder.
Mix well and cook for another 3-4 minutes.
Serve hot with any side dish.
We had this yummy rice with a plain omelette.

Check to see what my fellow bloggers are cooking for BM 72.


wow this is super interesting. Never used dill as the main ingredient. Will give this a try.
Srivalli said…
Very nice Rice dish with dill, never used this herb..
Love the flavor of dill but have never used it in making rice. Looks very delicious Sushma!
Smruti Shah said…
Such an interesting looking rice. I have never used Dill in cooking, maybe I should try this one!
I have used Dill in paratha's this is new to me, Will try sometime!! Looks yum
Padma Rekha said…
Some how I dont like dill flavor but this is a perfect choice for dinner....
Pavani N said…
That's a very flavorful and delicious looking dill rice. Looks amazing.

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