Ross il-forn is a popular dish of Malta.
June 12, 2015
Gastronews (323 articles)

Ross il-forn is a popular dish of Malta.

It is baked rice with minced meat and tomato sauce served with curry.
It is much like the baked macaroni, but made from rice, rice is prepared with pork, tomato, curry, bacon, eggs, onion and cheese. Ross il-Forn, a name for its resemblance to the Spanish can give us an idea of ​​what it is … Ross il-Forn is within the group Malta main dishes which are prepared with rice as the basic ingredient. It is one of the most popularesporque is easily preprara.
The basic ingredients for this dish for 4-6 people are:

– 500 grams of rice
– 500 grams of minced pork
– 3 slices of bacon –
2 large onions –
1 can of crushed tomatoes small
– 1 tin of chopped tomatoes
– Half a teaspoon of curry
– 4 eggs, beaten
– Salt and pepper.
Mint, yAlbahaca
– Cheese (gratin)
– 1 cup water
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A) In a skillet with a lid, heat the olive oil and fry the beef until it is ready and compact. Grated tomatoes, chicken soup and add bay leaves and simmer for 15 fueo ‘.
B) Meanwhile in a pot Boil rice. The water should cover the rice about 2 centimeters. When water boils, heat and cooking is lowered by 10 ‘, until the rice is half cooked. It is better if the oven is already hot to 200º.
C) Remove the bay leaves from the gravy and mix with half cooked rice. basil, mint, beaten eggs, grated mozzarella cheese and salt and pepper and stir is included. Then we mix the rice with gravy to a buttered baking dish and sprinkle Parmesan cheese over.
D) is roasted for 40 ‘in the preheated oven or until rice is tender and dry. Remove from oven and after 10 minutes, unmold and serve. Bon Appetite …
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