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Tah Chin

Classical Tah Chin is a “party” polou, also served for very special guests.
Ingredients:
πŸ’™3 cups yogurt
πŸ’™1/2 pound lamb or veal shank or round
πŸ’™1 teaspoon #saffron
πŸ’™2 eggs
πŸ’™6 tablespoons melted butter or any good oil
πŸ’™1 1/2 pounds long-grained rice
πŸ’™Salt and pepper to taste
Instructions:
Season 1, 1/2 cups of the yogurt with salt, pepper, and 1/2 teaspoon of the saffron.
Cut the meat into large cubes and soak it in the seasoned yogurt for 5 to 10 hours.
Cook the rice in the boiling water for 5 minutes only, it must not be soft,
Rinse rice and drain.
Beat the eggs and mix with 1/2 cups of the yogurt and 1 cup cooked rice.
Coat the inside of a deep casserole with melted butter mixed with 1 tablespoon hot water and put the rice-yogurt mixture in the bottom for a crusty layer.
Put a layer of meat over this and add 2 to 3 tablespoons yogurt in which meat was soaked.
Then add a cup of rice, repeat the layers of meat, yogurt, and rice, ending with rice and pour any remaining yogurt over the top.
Make a hole in the center, cover and bake in a preheated 350Β° oven for 45 minutes.
To serve, spoon the soft rice and meat onto a serving platter and place the crispy-crunchy layer on top.
Sprinkle with the remaining saffron mixed with a little water and melted butter or oil.
Note: if desired, 1/2 pound fresh spinach may be washed, chopped, drained and fried in 1 tablespoon butter
Add the spinach to the meat and yogurt mixture and when making the layers, put some of the spinach over the meat, then yogurt and the rice.
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