This is the authentic recipe for Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe’s Basmati Rice, one of the most popular sides at one of Birmingham’s most popular restaurants.
Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe’s basmati rice is one of the most popular sides at one of Birmingham’s most popular restaurants. The recipe for Taziki’s basmati rice was shared almost six years ago in a post on AL.com. Owner Keith Richards said the recipe was his sister-in-law’s. He stressed that in order to make the rice turn out just right, it is important to “use fresh lemon, butter, and fresh parsley.”
Taziki’s has expanded beyond Birmingham and is a favorite dining spot of many. The healthy, fresh fare makes it he kind of place where you can eat every day and not get that “tired of eating out” feeling. From gyros to salads to grilled meats and more, there is always something wonderful and fresh on the menu.
Note: This rice can be made in a rice maker. Simply follow directions for making white or basmati rice, then add the specified ingredients to the rice once it is cooked.
If you make this, please let me know how it turns out! As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay savvy!!!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 2290 Total Fat: 92g Saturated Fat: 58g Cholesterol: 244mg Sodium: 3122mg Carbohydrates: 322g Sugar: 2g Protein: 35g