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Baked Rice in Earthenware Pot, 'Khao Op Mor Din'

Baked Rice in Earthenware Pot, 'Khao Op Mor Din'

This is a tasty baked rice that you might find in a fancy Thai-Chinese restaurant. We like how the chicken and ham blend with the rest of the flavors, but you can omit the meat or use less. Use the vegetables of your choice. To make this dish we used the authentic Thai clay pot as shown, and that really does enhance the flavor because the lid allows slight airflow. We heated the clay pot in the oven before adding the rice also.

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For 4 Person(s)

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Method for Baked Rice in Earthenware Pot, 'Khao Op Mor Din'

Pre-heat oven to 375 and heat the clay pot. On the stovetop, in a wok or skillet heat vegetable oil over medium-high then add chicken and cook, then add ham, garlic, carrot, bell pepper, ginger, mushroom, broccoli. Stir. Add fish sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, mirin, pepper powder.

Fry for just a minute or two, until the vegetables begin to soften then add rice. Turn off heat, and combine all ingredients well. Transfer this to the warm clay pot, put the lid on and bake it for 20 minutes. Serve and enjoy!

Baked rice in earthenware pot khao op mor din

Baked rice in earthenware pot khao op mor din

Cooking the ingredients

Cooking the ingredients

Add jasmine rice

Add jasmine rice

Cover and bake

Cover and bake

Khao soi

Khao soi

Ingredients ready

Ingredients ready

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Chile paste in coconut milk

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Crispy noodles

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Pouring over noodles



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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    awesome gr8 recepie i did once n accidently made glutinous rice n should steam the rice ni made this item cooked it with galangel,dried prawns n lemon grass.dried cayenne pepers prounded n ad fis sauce n add same method of makind steamed glutinous white rice with pandunus leave n steamed it in banana leves it came out tasted like clay pot only the difference is prawns taste not chicken claypot rice similar recepie mmm was gr8 n yummy....the recepies name is pulut pangang....happy cooking i,m gone try this khao op mor din clay pot rice emmm...thank u 4 sharing nal the very best intrying..sawa di kap..kapung kaap..good day ntakecare once again...kindly malibu lady..

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Sounds delish! I wonder how Salmon would work in this recipe? Maybe up the ginger to balance the fish?

  • Anonymous

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    awesome gr8 recepie i did once n accidently made glutinous rice n should steam the rice ni made this item cooked it with galangel,dried prawns n lemon grass.dried cayenne pepers prounded n ad fis sauce n add same method of makind steamed glutinous white rice with pandunus leave n steamed it in banana leves it came out tasted like clay pot only the difference is prawns taste not chicken claypot rice similar recepie mmm was gr8 n yummy....the recepies name is pulut pangang....happy cooking i,m gone try this khao op mor din clay pot rice emmm...thank u 4 sharing nal the very best intrying..sawa di kap..kapung kaap..good day ntakecare once again...kindly malibu lady..

  • Pghdragonman

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Sounds delish! I wonder how Salmon would work in this recipe? Maybe up the ginger to balance the fish?


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