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"It's ok, but definitely not a casserole. More of a rice mixture, Like a pulao (indian cusine). Don't bake it too long or the rice will become dried out. Keep your eye on it in the oven. I cooked the rice mixed with the extra pineapple juice with cumin seeds for added flavor otherwise, it would be too blah."
"I love this, it is just perfect! I used fresh corn that I cut from the cob and added black pepper and a little red pepper to the mix and everybody loved it. I cooked them two different ways, fried and baked, both were very tasty. I made this while at my MIL's house. I think next time I might try adding chopped onions, but it was great without them..."
"I loved it. Thanks!I used canned sweet potatoes and modified the ingredient amounts for the quantity of potatoes I had. I cut them up into smaller pieces."
"I have been looking for the perfect kheema recipe and I finally found it!I love your recipes, they help me out sooooo much (I have a picky indian MIL). Thanks a ton Charishma!!!"
"Very tasty!! I Made this tonight for dinner with roti. Thanks for another delicious recipe Charisma! NOTE: Charmagaj - Watermelon Seeds"
"I liked this recipe very much. I fixed this for dinner with jeera (cumin) rice and a side of herbed veggies. Only thing I added was about a 1 teaspoon of garam masala before closing the pressure cooker. I also used purple onion instead of white or yellow. Great recipe, there were no leftovers. Even my MIL liked it which is not very common for her..."
"Great Mixture, however don't forget to use butter or ghee. The word "Makhani" means butter and the recipe wont be the same without it. I also reccommend doubling the water added for pressure cooking. I used 1/2 cup dal to 1 cup water, 1/4 cup dal to 3/4 cup water.Thanks Charihsma for a proper indian recipe!"