Rice casserole with white sauce



  • Meat sauce(3-4 servings)
    150g ground beef and pork
    1/4 onion
    1 celery *take a string
    1/2 carrot
    1 clove of garlic *chopped
    1 tbsp olive oil
    50ml red wine
    a)1/2 canned diced tomatoes
    a)50ml water
    a)2 tbsp tomato ketchup
    a)2 tbsp worcestershire sauce
    a)1 tbsp soy sauce
    a)1 cube of consomme bouillon
    a)1 bay leaf
    1 tbsp milk
  • White sauce (3-4 servings)
    20g butter
    2 tbsp flour
    300ml-350ml milk
    1/2 tbsp consomme bouillon
  • Parsley rice (2 servings)
    white rice : 1 cup of bowl
    10g butter
    parsley : dash

Serves 3-4 

45 minutes




1 Finely chop the garlic, onions, celery, carrots and parsley. (Celery should be taken strings first)
 Combine all the seasonings in (a).

2 Sprinkle olive oil in a frying pan and fry the garlic over low heat.
 When the aroma comes out, add onions, carrots and celery, sprinkle a pinch of salt and fry until the vegetables are tender.
 Add minced meat and fry until it is cooked well while loosening it by pressing it.
 Add red wine and let it boil down, then add the seasoning (a) and simmer for about 15 minutes.

3 Make white sauce while boiling the meat sauce.
 Heat the pan over a low medium heat, add butter and flour, melt the butter and entangle the flour.
 Add milk little by little and stir with a spatula each time to blend in with butter.
 When everything melted and there were no lumps, turn off the heat.

4 Make parsley rice.
 Put warm rice in a bowl, add butter and chopped parsley, and mix roughly so that the butter blends well.

Place parsley rice, white sauce, and minced meat sauce in this order in a heat-resistant container, and then add melted cheese and bread crumbs to your liking.
 Bake in an oven preheated to 200 ° C for about 10 minutes and you’re done.
 *If the bread crumbs are slightly browned, it is a good sign of baking♪
 *If you feel that it is not enough, bake for an additional 3 minutes.
 *It is completed when topped with chopped parsley.



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